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That's me. The bald guy. Hard to believe but already more than 25 years falling in love with cacao and chocolate. The beautiful one near me is UV Feldman - our Cacao Chef. I specifically say "CACAO CHEF" because UV is turning everything we know about chocolate to be much healthier by using the unknown miraculous parts and functional benefits of the Whole Cacao.

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Cacao cereal is the number one seller in the cereal category, but this homemade version includes a natural combination of unique flavors and health benefits thanks to using all parts of the cacao fruit: shell, fruit and beans.
An explosion of Cacao’s natural benefits for a boost of morning energy: Dried cacao fruit instead of raisins. Cacao nibs instead of crushed almonds. Whole cacao granola with cacao shell flour and 100% cacao chocolate instead of the common vanilla granola you know all too well.
Because it's not just about cacao nibs. It's about the whole cacao wellness benefits and discovering the unknown flavors of the most known fruit in the world.
A few years ago, acai was everywhere. We love acai and appreciate its benefits, but once you taste the cacao fruit and its tropical lemony flavor combined with the vanilla orchid twist, we just know you’ll join team whole cacao!
Reinventing the waffle breakfast experience by carefully taking every ingredient in this all-time delicacy and replacing it with whole cacao’s delicious and healthy benefits. The vegan chocolate hazelnut spread makes this one unforgettable!
UV, our chocolate chef, got creative using two of the things she loves most: cereal and pancakes. Naturally, she used her signature ingredient: the vegan chocolate hazelnut spread we make in house.
We don't believe that there is any sweet recipe that can’t be made vegan and full of wellness, especially after discovering the different parts of the cacao fruit, which harvest the comfort of chocolate with the refreshing twist of a tropical fruit.
We didn't know this ourselves until we tried, but chia seeds work extremely well with cacao nibs' crunch and the tangy, lemony, tropical and very refreshing twist of the pure cacao fruit. This recipe will quickly make it to your favorites!