Dark chocolate is a natural vegetarian because cocoa comes from the "Theobroma cacao" tree. From the beans to the bar, no animal products were used. Therefore, vegetarians can confidently eat melted vegan chocolate.
Make your own vegan chocolate bar - BEAN-TO-BAR
To understand every stage of making vegan chocolate, from its beautiful origins, such as orchid-like flowers to sweet chocolate bars - follow us, the experience here is to take you on a wild cocoa tree from the Amazon rainforest Hands-on baking and crafting your own chocolate bar journey.
The core of vegetarianism is a profound spiritual philosophy that dates back to the Jain theology in India. This is the belief that "one cannot kill anyone" and "non-violence is the highest duty of a person." Therefore, veganism is to abandon the killing of all creatures, for all creatures, regardless of size - regardless of size - from ants or bees to large mammals. People believe that all life constitutes a network, so all living things must help each other. Jains will even walk very carefully - so as not to crush insects on the road. In addition, they believe that developing any animal is wrong - so reject milk, eggs and even honey.
Purity is the only truly sustainable option when taking care of our planet. A plant-based diet requires only one-third of the land needed to support meat and dairy diets. Avoiding animal products is one of the easiest ways for individuals to reduce the pressure on their planet's resources. Here you can make vegan chocolates, our plastic-free packaging, and by putting our chocolate factory directly into the tropical rainforest's cocoa beans into dark chocolate without leaving any other animal elements, which is leaving footprints on our planet. An important step.