|Energy||577kcal / 2416kJ|
|of which Saturates||30.3g|
|of which Sugars||1.5g|
We don't provide any packaging, so you must bring your own container. If you know the exact weight you need, please select "by weight (g)" and enter the number of grams. Alternatively, you can choose to bring your container and simply "fill it up" or fill it "half full" etc. Since all containers vary in size, if you choose one of these options we'll weigh and price your order when you collect it. Your selection helps us estimate how much to bring with us.
Infinity Foods Wholesale
Cacao nibs, or cocoa nibs, are crumbled bits of dried cacao beans, which grow on the cacao tree. The cocoa bean or simply cocoa or also called the cacao bean or cacao is the dried and fully fermented seed of Theobroma cacao, from which cocoa solids and cocoa butter can be extracted. The cacao tree is native to Mexico.
Organic Cocoa Beans
Make your own trail mix, or as a topping for your muesli, granola or yoghurt.
15kg packed in cardboard cartons with polyethylene (PE)liner
Allergen handling policies and procedures are in place through the supply chain to reduce the likelihood of cross contamination from allergens, however this cannot be guaranteed.
Cacao Nibs are a good source of fiber, protein, and healthy fats — nutrients that help promote feelings of fullness. They’re rich in many minerals, including iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, and copper. but also contain anti-inflammatory antioxydants.
about the brand
At Infinity, providing an extensive range of high quality vegetarian foods is what they do and this has been their commitment from the outset.
As a worker’s co-operative, they are a business run by, and for, their workers. They practice an equitable form of business that is not solely driven by profit margins. They believe that it is their responsibility to provide food that is as far as possible, natural and unadulterated, free from GM and hydrogenated fat, organic accredited and sourced from companies with high ethical standards.
As well as trading and building relations with producers and suppliers in developing countries, they are equally as committed to sourcing as much as possible locally. They aim for a fair and just business practice with all of their trading partners, suppliers and producers and in turn, their customers.