New Mexican Pecan Caramels

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New Mexican Pecan Caramels

Del Valle organic New Mexican pecans and organic Mexican vanilla are blended with our caramelized sugar, then enrobed in 45% cacao deep milk chocolate and adorned with Ube pecans.
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6 pieces

New Mexican Pecan Caramels, 6 pieces: New Mexican pecan + Mexican vanilla + 45% cacao deep milk chocolate + Ube pecans

Living in Paris, Katrina learned the Parisian ritual of purchasing chocolate and pastry daily. We use exotic and ephemeral ingredients for all our products.

Keep this box of haut-chocolat in a cool, dry place until serving.
Consume by listed expiration date, 12 weeks from shipment.

Contains: Milk, Soy, Pecans
Processed on equipment that also processes Milk, Soy, Wheat, Peanuts and Tree Nuts.





    New Mexican Pecan
    United States
    Sally Harper, a paragon who spread the gospel of organic farming methods bought a young pecan farm in the Mesilla Valley in southern New Mexico with her husband Wilmer in 1986. In the early years, the family worked the farm with one old tractor and a lot of manual labor. As they became more proficient, they found that chemical fertilizers and pesticides were not necessary to produce a good pecan crop. In 1994, the orchard was certified organic, one of only two such pecan orchards in New Mexico at the time. As demand for organic pecans grew, Sally began working with other like-minded pecan growers in the valley to encourage them to transition their pecan orchards to organic. The family farm is now into its second generation as the Harper children have assumed responsibility for the daily farm and business operations.

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