Alter Eco Organic Dark Chocolate Salted Caramel Truffles – Case Of 8 – 4.2 Oz. Each
Alter Eco Organic Salted Caramel Truffles delivers an addictive twist. Malty Ecuadorian cacao and nourishing coconut oil are stirred with a sprinkling of fleur de sel de Guérande for a creamy, deep caramel bite.
Alter eco’s salted caramel truffles are made with pure coconut oil. Our truffles are verified non-gmo and certified fair trade using organic ingredients. It’s vegan, soy free, and has 8 simple ingredients using 58% cocoa. Each package has 3 servings (3 pieces) with 220 calories each. Nourishing foodie, farmer and field through sustainable foods from around the world.
Alter Eco Organic Salted Caramel Truffles – Case Of 8
- Includes: Alter Eco Organic Dark Chocolate Salted Caramel Truffles – Case Of 8 – 4.2 Oz. Each
- all certified fair trade and organic
- non-gmo, gluten and soy free
- no artificial flavors or emulsifiers
- Wrapped in plant-based, non GMO, compostable wrappers!
country of origin : united states of america
gluten free : yes
gmo free : yes
fair trade item : yes
wheat free : yes
yeast free : yes
organic : 95%+ organic
size : 4.2 oz
pack of : 8
selling unit : case
ingredients : caramel powder;fleur de sel;natural flavor;organic cacao beans;organic cocoa butter;organic coconut oil;organic raw cane sugar;organic vanilla beans;organic whole milk;sea salt
keywords : candy;cocoa;coconut;fair trade;non gmo;soy free;sweet treat
|Dimensions||8.09 × 7.59 × 8.19 in|
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Alter Eco Story
Alter Eco Australia founder, Ilse Keijzer, was born and raised in the Netherlands, the birthplace of the Fairtrade movement. Ilse completed her studies in business and communications in Amsterdam and the U.S. and quickly began traveling the world. It was on a backpacking trip through South America where she met the founder of Alter Eco France, Tristan Lecomte. In 2005, Ilse joined Edouard Rollet and Mathieu Senard in expanding Alter Eco’s product line from France to the U.S. and Australia.
Ilse took on the Australian market, introducing a full line of fairtrade chocolate, rice, sugar and quinoa to the land down under. Tristan, Ed, Mathieu and Ilse became pioneers in social entrepreneurialism, wielding the business of food to fight for economic and social justice. That’s why every product they make is sourced from farmer-owned coops practicing sustainable agriculture.
The Alter Eco founders are food-obsessed citizens of Europe and based their business in food-obsessed towns like Paris, San Francisco and Sydney. The nurturing of these cultures is why every product they make is defined by incredible flavour and made from culinary quality ingredients. Put sustainability and deliciousness together, and you get what they like to call Enlightened Indulgence.
Going full circle
Over the years, the Alter Eco team has also worked to make sure every aspect of their business gives more to the world than it takes. That’s why they have become pioneers in compostable packaging, and have worked with their cacao partners to replant the rain forests where their beans are grown.
Their products and packaging have evolved over time, but their values continue to guide every step forward. Together with our farmers, employees, investors, and customers, they’re taking an adventure through food, and creating a vision of the future that’s fair, prosperous, healthy and mouth-watering. Though they can’t all break bread at the same table, they like to think that every time they crack open a bag or bar of Alter Eco here in Australia, they’re sharing a nourishing moment with Maria in Peru, Gustavo in Bolivia, Grover in Ecuador – and you.
Alter Eco Mission
Their mission is to pioneer a full circle approach to eating, farming, and doing business – and to inspire others to do the same.
Using business as a force for good
Alter Eco was created with the intention that business should make a positive impact on people and our planet.
And they’re proud to join the almost 1,000 other businesses who feel the same way. They’ve been a Certified B Corp since the program began in 2009, and expanded their scope to become a Public Benefit Corporation in 2013. What that means is that they hold themselves accountable to more than profits, meeting the highest standards for verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability as well.
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