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Perfectly unrefined, super intense 95% dark stone ground chocolate. This barely-sweet bar has just 2 grams of sugar per serving. It lets the bright fruity flavors of our cacao shout loud and proud! We think our unique stone ground process creates the best ultra-dark chocolate you can find. Paleo-friendly, vegan, and organic, with NO dairy, NO soy, NO gluten.


Perfectly unrefined, super intense 95% dark stone ground organic chocolate, studded with little chunks of crystallized ginger. This barely-sweet bar lets the bright fruity flavors of our cacao shout loud and proud! We think our simple stone ground process makes the best ultra dark chocolate you'll find.


From my experience the best manufacturer of dark chocolate is Zotter from Austria. They offer a large variety of dark chocolates with cocoa from many different locations. The taste is great and all chocolates are organic and fairtrade.


Experience the rich, intense chocolate flavor of Ghirardelli dark chocolate bars, squares, chips, and more. Each of our premium dark chocolate products offers the same smooth, melt-in-your-mouth consistency you already know and love, plus a robust, full-bodied flavor that only dark chocolate can provide. Each of our products begins with the finest cacao beans, which are then skillfully dried, roasted, and processed. Choose the cocoa percentage to best satisfy your palate: 60%, 72%, 86%, or 92%, depending on the flavor intensity and tasting notes you prefer. In every variety, the roasted, earthy notes of cacao are beautifully balanced by fruit-forward notes for an intricate flavor finish.


Dark chocolate contains phytonutrients called flavonoids, which are plant chemicals that act as antioxidants and may play a role in cancer prevention and heart health, according to research published in 2016 in the Journal of Nutritional Science. The cacao plant that chocolate is derived from also contains a compound called theobromine, which Toby Amidor, RD, a cookbook author and nutrition expert for Food Network, says may help reduce inflammation and potentially lower blood pressure.


One of the biggest benefits that researchers tout is the role dark chocolate may play in improving heart health. A systematic review and meta-analysis published in July 2020 in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology found that eating chocolate once per week was associated with an 8 percent lower risk of blocked arteries. Another large study, published in May 2021 in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, analyzed data from more than 188,000 veterans and concluded that regularly eating about 1 oz of chocolate was associated with a lower risk of coronary artery disease.


A meta-analysis published in July 2017 in Nutrients, however, acknowledged that margin for error and still found that chocolate was likely beneficial in reducing the risk of heart health, stroke, and type 2 diabetes.


Another study, published in January 2017 in the journal Appetite, showed that participants who rarely consumed chocolate had almost twice the risk of developing diabetes five years down the road, compared with participants who indulged in dark chocolate at least once per week.


While researchers agree dark chocolate possesses many health benefits, further study is needed to determine if there is a cause-and-effect relationship between chocolate consumption and diabetes risk.


Evidence that dark chocolate possesses properties that could help protect against certain types of cancer is limited but growing. Antioxidants protect our cells from damage caused by free radicals, which are unstable oxygen molecules thought to be responsible for aging and disease, per previous research.


Still, most research is limited by using only animals or cell cultures, and the amount of chocolate needed to potentially yield preventative action against cancers is much higher than the daily recommended dose for humans.


On top of all the other potential benefits, one thing is for sure: Dark chocolate contains a




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