Chocolate-based snacks feature at organic show

Chocolate pieces were available at organic trade show BioFach in Germany

Organic food trade show BioFach played host to a variety of chocolate-based bakery, snacks, ice cream and muesli ingredients from Herza.

Made from pure organic cocoa mass, paleo cocoa contains health-supporting properties such as polyphenols and no sugar or sugar replacers, the company claimed.

Also at the show was a wide choice of small organic chocolate pieces in different shapes and flavours.

New additions to the pieces range are stars made of white, milk or dark organic chocolate.

Organic chocolate pieces

These are complemented by drops, flakes and coated organic chocolate pieces that are also available with different percentages of cocoa.

Herza also offered smoothies containing chocolate pieces and additional fruit and vegetable ingredients.

The three varieties were: green smoothie chocolate pieces with wheatgrass, spinach and moringa powder; a red variant with elder, beetroot and raspberries; and yellow organic smoothie pieces containing mango, baobab and pineapple powder.

BioFach 2017 took place in Nuremberg, Germany, from February 15–17.

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