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  • Cacao waste chocolate targets sustainable snackers
  • Cacao waste chocolate targets sustainable snackers
    Etty Fidele (2017) ©
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Cacao waste chocolate targets sustainable snackers

Chocolate brand Barry Callebaut has launched a sustainable bar created from the waste products of cacao fruit – titled the 'Cacaofuit Experience'. Through its eco-conscious treat, the brand hopes to give discerning snackers a more ethical way to indulge in their favourite treats.

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