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Our ingredients...we don't comprimise on quality

We have worked very hard to source quality ingredients from certified Fairtrade, Organic and Vegan suppliers. We are constantly on the lookout to improve our list of suppliers and ingredients, we know every little change can make a difference to the planet and all the the people and animals that inhabit it.

This is good for you, that's good for you, you need this much, no you need that much. Food and health guidance of today can be quite confusing and contradictory, we beleive that many things are good for you in moderation.

Browse through our list of ingredients below to learn more about their health benefits, we are updating this all the time.

Rose

Rose

Roses are packed with Vitamin C, malic acid, pectin, and citric acid, rose tea makes an admirably safe diuretic. Roses have been used for stomach problems, and are being investigated for controlling cancer growth.

Marigold

Marigold

Marigold is used in the digestive system problems, including lack of appetite, bloating, abdominal pain, colic, helminthia and dysentery. It is also used for cough, cold, widespread parotitis or eye pain.

Hazelnut

Hazelnut

Hazelnuts have numerous nutritional values and healing properties. However, attention is paid to the large content of vitamin E, or “vitamin of youth and fertility.” In hazelnuts you can also find a lot of B vitamins, which strengthen nerves, potassium, which lowers pressure, and calcium and phosphorus – elements that are responsible for strong bones and teeth. Hazelnuts also contain essential fatty acids, especially monounsaturated fatty acids, which help fight unnecessary kilograms.

Safflower

Safflower

Safflower oil has been shown to have a very high content of omega-6 fatty acids, which is a beneficial type of fatty acid that our body needs. It is otherwise known us linoleic acid. This acid can help keep a healthy balance of cholesterol levels in the body, which decreases the chances of developing atheroclerosis, as well as other health conditions such as heart attack and stroke. The omega-6 fatty acid has also been shown to manage blood sugar levels, thereby helping diabetics keep their blood sugar even. 

Nori

Nori

Seaweed (Nori) contains a lot of iodine compared to other foods. Porphyra belong to one of the most nutritious algae: with a protein content of 30-50% of total weight, high content of vitamins: A, C, B3 and B9 and (after rinsing) low salt content. Some algae contain large amounts of omega-3 acids and can be used as a substitute for oils obtained from fish.

Almond

Almond

Almonds are one of the healthiest food products in the world. They are one of the best sources of magnesium and a real boon for the heart. Although calories, almonds help burn fat. These nuts contain a lot of protein – they should therefore permanently appear in the vegetarian diet. Almonds are also a great source of unsaturated fatty acids and insoluble fiber. And also a real mineral resource mine; including magnesium, calcium, zinc, potassium, phosphorus. Almonds are also a great source of vitamins, especially vitamin E, vitamins from group B.
Almonds have a beneficial effect on the whole body, and above all on the circulatory system, nervous system, reduce the risk of metabolic syndrome, diabetes.

Hibiscus

Hibiscus

Hibiscus has antihypertensive properties, and polysaccharides strengthen the body’s resistance. It also has a soothing, anti-inflammatory and soothes irritation. It has a pleasant acid taste. Hibiscus is a source of natural vitamin C and calcium, vitamins and mineral salts. It speeds up the metabolism, reduces absorption in the intestines, strengthens the liver and cleanses the body. In African folk medicine, it is given antibacterial and diuretic effects, which prevents water stagnation in the body.

Vanilla

Vanilla

Vanilla has a unique taste and aroma. Vanilla is used in the form of tincture in febrile states and digestive disorders. It helps in states of nervous tension and stress. Many researchers say that the smell of vanilla can awaken positive feelings in people. In addition, vanilla will help people who have sleep problems.

Coconut

Coconut

The white flesh of the coconut contains a wealth of MCT acids that are completely metabolized by our body. In contrast to animal fats mainly rich in cholesterol, whose chains are long, the fatty acids contained in the palm nut are of medium length, making the body easier and faster to obtain valuable energy from them. Research confirms that MCT accelerates metabolism, allowing you to burn more calories.

Cornflower

Cornflower

Cornflower has diuretic, choleretic and anti-inflammatory effects. Due to the very mild anti-inflammatory effect used for conjunctivitis. The infusion of flowers is recommended for kidney diseases, for circulatory insufficiency and for kidney stones. Externally it is used for difficult to heal wounds and inflammation of eyes (in the eyelid inflammation, conjunctivitis, spring conjunctivitis, hypersensitivity to sunlight, radiation from television screens).

Cocoa

Cocoa

Cocoa beans are rich in nourishing values; a natural antidepressant, a wonderful antioxidant and one of the best means of supporting reduction diets! Not only does a cup of cocoa help us fight autumn blues, it also cares for our health. Cocoa with the addition of chilli, vanilla and maize flour was already eaten by the Maya as a means of helping digestive problems, sore throat or rheumatism.

Did you know our vegan friendly brown and white
chocolate are our own recipe?

We guarantee all our chocolates are homemade in our kitchen. Choose from our delicious vegan friendly chocolates or our Belgian Ruby chocolates - they're 100% delicious.