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Freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate | 3 x 1 kg
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Freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate | 3 x 1 kg

£39.50
£13.17 per kg

incl. VAT plus shipping

  • Simply delicious
  • Very fruity
  • A sweet seduction
  • Culinary delight for gourmets
  • Year-round indulgence

Variety:

Freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate | 1 kg

Dark

Freeze-dried raspberries in white chocolate | 1 kg

White

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Freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate | 1 kg

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Skinny dipped freeze-dried raspberries covered in dark chocolate | 500 g

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Everything at a glance Freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate

Raspberries all year round? And if you don't think it's enough, what about raspberries coated in tender dark chocolate? Too good to be true? At KoRo it's for real! For all the chocoholics among you we thought up something really special: freeze-dried raspberries combined with aromatic dark chocolate. The result is a fantastic snack, which allows us to call summer back to mind even during the colder half of the year and which makes all of your raspberry-dreams come true!  

And thanks to the freeze-drying process the result is pure pleasure. This is a particularly gentle conservation procedure. Picked fresh from the raspberry bush, our beloved berries are put right away into the freezer and are then dried in a vacuum container. Throughout the whole process the raspberries maintain all of their precious nutrients as well as their intense red colour and their authentic fruity-fresh flavour.

The little balls full of enjoyment are perfect to share with your friends, as snack on the way or for cozy movie nights on your sofa.

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 2104 / 504
Fat 29,8 g
   of which Saturates 17,8 g
Carbohydrate 49,4 g
   of which Sugars 46,6 g
Fibre 8,9 g
Protein 4,9 g
Salt 0,01 g

Order number HIM_015
Origin Processed in the Netherlands
Content 3 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654784510
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company koRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place, protected from heat.
Ingredients 90% dark chocolate (sugar, cocoa mass (cocoa), cocoa butter (cocoa), emulsifier: SOYAlecithin; natural vanilla flavour, 8% freeze-dried raspberries, glucose syrup, coating agent: gum arabic, shellac.
Cross-contamination May contain traces of GLUTEN, PEANUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), CORN and other EDIBLE NUTS.
Sales name Freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate
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Varieties and origins

2018 betrug die Welternte an Himbeeren ca. 870.000 Tonnen, angeführt vom weltweit größten Produzenten Russland. Bei Himbeeren unterscheidet man zwischen Sommer- und Herbstsorten, die zwischen Juni und Oktober geerntet werden. Aufgrund ihres geringen Zuckergehalts sind Himbeeren kalorienarm und beinhalten wichtige Vitamine sowie Mineralstoffe. Da Himbeeren unmittelbar nach der Ernte verzehrt werden sollten, gibt es mittlerweile viele Produkte, die Himbeeren ohne Qualitätsverlust und Zusatzstoffe haltbar machen.

The KoRo price chart Freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate

Price adjustment due to miscalculation
17.04.2020
Vivian
0,90€ / 100g

+22,22%
1,10€ / 100g
⭐️
11.03.2020
Neu im Sortiment
0,90€ / 100g
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Freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate - a look behind the scenes

These tiny fruit grows where no light can reach it. The peanut plant has developed a unique root system with which it can find sufficient nutrients even in...

Peanuts hide underground

These tiny fruit grows where no light can reach it. The peanut plant has developed a unique root system with which it can find sufficient nutrients even in the poorest of soils.

The peanut plant grows particularly well in warm temperatures, above 25°C. The main growing areas are therefore West Africa, China, India, but also North and...

Cultivated in warm regions

The peanut plant grows particularly well in warm temperatures, above 25°C. The main growing areas are therefore West Africa, China, India, but also North and South America.

The peanut plant does not simply grow upwards like a tree, but in a zigzag pattern: as soon as the flower turns yellow above the ground, the flower stalks...

The peanut plants grows up and downwards

The peanut plant does not simply grow upwards like a tree, but in a zigzag pattern: as soon as the flower turns yellow above the ground, the flower stalks become longer, curve downwards, and grow back into the ground. This is where the peanuts are going to be created from the seeds of the flower.

The plant will wilt about four months after sowing. Sounds bad at first, but it is a good sign: now the peanuts can be harvested. To do this, the whole plant...

Harvest takes place between April and June

The plant will wilt about four months after sowing. Sounds bad at first, but it is a good sign: now the peanuts can be harvested. To do this, the whole plant including its roots is lifted out of the earth, and up to 30 peanuts can be attached to it!

After the harvest, the peanuts are dried and sorted, then sent to the Netherlands where they are roasted fat-free and blended into a cream in huge machines....

Processed in the Netherlands

After the harvest, the peanuts are dried and sorted, then sent to the Netherlands where they are roasted fat-free and blended into a cream in huge machines. That is it. No oils, colourings, flavourings, preservatives, and no sugars. If you then add some crunchy peanut pieces, the masterpiece is ready!

Questions about questions Freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate

What are the benefits of freeze-drying?

Freeze-drying is a particularly gentle conservation procedure. Right after picking the raspberries are frozen and filled in vacuum tanks. In these containers a strong vacuum is created until the liquid escapes from the fruits in the form of water vapour. Freeze-dried products are the concentrated form of the original product. Throughout this process the raspberries maintain all of their precious nutrients as well as their intense red colour and their authentic fruity-fresh flavour.

How to store the freeze-dried raspberries with dark chocolate?

It is best to keep the freeze-dried raspberries with dark chocolate in a cool and dry place.

How much sugar do the freeze-dried raspberries with dark chocolate contain?

The freeze-dried raspberries with dark chocolate contain 46,6 g sugar per 100 g.

Which allergens do the freeze-dried raspberries with dark chocolate contain?

The freeze-dried raspberries with dark chocolate may contain traces of GLUTEN, PEANUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), CORN and other EDIBLE NUTS.

Are the freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate vegan?

No, as the freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate do contain shellac, they are not vegan.

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All the reviews "Freeze-dried raspberries in dark chocolate | 3 x 1 kg"

L
25 Mar 2020

Delicious, but lots of chocolate

Great taste. Unfortunately the chocolate is too thick for me, with the very small raspberries or raspberry pieces you can only taste chocolate.

S
19 Mar 2020

Perfetk!

Oh yeah! Not only delicious to snack on, but also make an excellent filling in curd cheese dumplings.