February 6, 2005
January 28, 2005
I get my cacao nibs from Bos Food (www.bosfood.de). These ones are from Valrhona. I'm very happy with these nibs, but I must say, that I haven't tastet nibs from other manufacters. And I just do not know wether they ship to UK or not. I'm sorry but I do not know any retailers in UK.
the only "enjoyable" ground cocoa nibs ive eaten are valrhona venezuelan beans.
thya come in large gold foil hermetic bags, for the trade and we get them in france.
labelled as such:
grue de cacao
feves de cacao du venezuela torreffies et concassees
manufacturere reference: 3285
August 1, 2006
June 25, 2005
For the best of the best
Organic Peruvian Criollo Cacao Nibs, go to:
[url] http://gotcacao.com [/url]
October 25, 2003
August 1, 2006
Sure thing, let me search for the links and info first. Are you interested in massive amounts for a business, or smaller quantities for snacking?
Dagoba's nibs are organic Arriba - really tasty, like tangerines. I think you can order these wholesale from their web-site.
Plantations is fair trade and organic: http://www.echocolates.com Again, the nibs are Arriba but flavor cacao nonetheless.
Try http://www.chocolatealchemy.com and see what they have. Last time I remember, they had the following beans: Ghana, Ocumare, Carenero Superior, and maybe some others. Not sure whether they're organic either.
I have some information about several cooperatives in Tobasco, Mexico that grow organic and some Criollo cacao. It's fair trade too. I'll have to find it when I return to my computer and get it to you if you're interested.
Go to http://www.icco.org and do some searching. Tons of information there [:)]
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