Navitas Organic Sweetened Cacao Nibs
Navitas Naturals Sweet Cacao Nibs are partially ground cacao beans (the source of all chocolate products) taken to the next delicious step. These nibs are rolled into our delectable raw cacao liquor, and then lightly mixed with 100% organic sugar cane juice -- a combo that may just become your favorite cacao treat of all. This crunchy, sweet, all natural chocolate product is reminiscent of a chocolate-coated coffee bean, but even better! With a treat this healthful and invigorating, it doesn't take much imagination to understand why ancient Mayan cultures crowned cacao "The Food of the Gods." Add in the soaring levels of antioxidants, as well as trace minerals like magnesium and iron, and you can feel good in every way about enjoying this superfood.
Navitas Naturals cacao beans are hand selected for quality, partially fermented to alleviate bitterness, and processed at low temperatures for maximum nutrient retention. Once extracted from the pod-like fruit, purified water is used to cleanse the beans. These whole beans are peeled and partially ground to form small pieces or "nibs," which are then rolled in our raw cacao liquor and sugar cane juice to create the ultimate chocolate experience. Navitas Naturals Sweet Cacao Nibs contain 100% organic ingredients that are kosher, gluten-free, vegan, and raw.
certified organic cacao (Theobroma cacao), certified organic cacao nibs, certified organic sugar cane juice (Saccharum officinarum), certified organic cacao liquor (Theobroma cacao)
Navitas is the Latin word for "energy" and "zest." It embodies the company spirit of bringing ancient power foods to the modern consumer.
Our company is committed to socially and environmentally responsible business practices. We source our premium functional foods through direct partnerships with farming communities around the world. An essential part of our mission is to create economic opportunities among indigenous people in developing countries. Our support of native agriculture helps to expand the development of global organic farming practices.