Walnut and Chanterelle Bar

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Walnut and Chanterelle Bar

NEW! A pioneering collaboration with Dr. William Li, we bring you Pure Plant walnut chocolate bar. Walnuts have a wealth of polyunsaturated fats. Adding walnuts to one’s diet has been shown to lower LDL or bad cholesterol. The mushroom is one of nature’s most giving medicinal plants. Chanterelle mushrooms contain beta-glucans and fifteen different amino acids. They are a rich source of vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin D and Beta-Carotene.

No Refined Sugars ٠ High in Theobromine ٠ Rich in Flavanols

    Regular price $7.00
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    Take a look at what this mushroom and walnut chocolate bar is made of.

    (1) Walnut and Chanterelle Bar, 2 oz: Walnut + Chanterelle mushroom + coconut nectar + whole cacao pod

    Our Walnut and Chanterelle Bar, while delicious on its own, is even more mouthwatering when melted into an immunity boosting elixir or atop fresh, warm sourdough bread. Try preparing this toasty treat at home for breakfast (or any time of day).

    Keep this Vosges chanterelle and walnut chocolate bar box in a cool, dry place until serving. Consume by listed expiration date.

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


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