Supplier Spotlight - Pana Chocolate

August 26, 2015

For those of you who simply love chocolate, we expect you will have come across Pana Chocolate. A fabulous Australian import, the health credentials, taste and texture of these delicious bars are simply fabulous! So, are you ready to find out about these Raw, Organic, Handmade, Vegan, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Gluten Free, Added Sugar Free bars?

Pana Chocolate is a decadently smooth, rich, and silky raw chocolate packed with essential antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Lovingly handmade in Melbourne, Australia, each 45g bar contains only natural ingredients such as raw organic nuts, organic goji berries, organic coconut flakes and pure 100% essential oils.

// Tell us why your product unique?

Pana Chocolate is dairy, soy and gluten free, with no added sugar! It is certified by EU organic, vegan, vegetarian, halal and kosher.


// Share the story of how your brand came into being?

Pana Chocolate was born out of creator Pana Barbounis’ pure passion for food. Pana is a vegan with a lifelong career in hospitality, a strong appreciation for organic natural food, and a passion for the artisan way. Pana Chocolate believes in abiding by three standards: the quality of their chocolate, the health of your insides and the sustainability of the earth.

// Tell us your favourite way to stay healthy?

Love your insides, love the earth. We source the best quality, organic and vegan ingredients that we have access to!  

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Instagram: @pana_chocolate

Twitter: @pana_chocolate





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