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The Remarkable Chocolate Co Christmas House

The Remarkable Chocolate Co Christmas House

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Nothing says Christmas like a Scorched Almond Christmas House. 

120g Organic 39% Cacao Milk Chocolate Scorched Almonds.
Single origin chocolate.
Gluten free.
No preservatives
Palm Oil free.


Organic Milk Chocolate* (84%); (Raw cane sugar, Cocoa butter, Whole milk powder, Cocoa mass, Vanilla powder); Whole Almonds (16%), Natural Glaze (414, 904). *Minimum Cacao Solids; 39%.
Ingredients contain NO gluten, NO soy, NO palm oil. 
Made in facilities handling gluten, soy, dairy and nuts.

Made in New Zealand


Mark and Ella are the creators of The Remarkable Chocolate Co. They are just out of the farmers markets and bursting onto food market shelves. They handcraft high-quality chocolate here in New Zealand using natural, sustainable ingredients, wherever they can. 

Their passion is matching high-quality chocolate with real ingredients in delicious combinations wrapped in gorgeous packaging, delivering you chocolate that lives up to its remarkable name. All their bars are made in small batches, and hand-poured, meaning every bar is unique – just like you.

The 3 things that they really care about the most when developing and delivering this remarkable chocolate is sustainability, design and high-quality outstanding taste experience.

Their organic chocolate is crafted from single-origin cacao beans grown by cacao farmers in Peru. These guys plant, grow and harvest what must surely be some of the finest cacao beans available on the planet. Their organic chocolate has gained an independent organic certification. This means that the cacao beans are grown and harvested using sustainable farming practices. No pesticides or insecticides are used. Soil regeneration programmes ensure crops are managed so annual harvests produce high-quality beans year after year. It is mission-critical to us that the farmers are paid a fair trade premium for their beans – which they are. Also, the men and women in the farming collective are paid equally for their labour, which is how it should be. There is no forced child labour, a practice that is disturbingly common in other cacao growing regions. Additionally, as part of a development initiative, the farmers are paid in advance for their cropsenabling them to invest in equipment and replanting to grow their businesses for the next season. Good for them, good for us, good for the planet, good for you.