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Coco Polo's Sugar-Free Chocolates

Coco Polo Chocolate, Highland Park, N.J.

August 14, 2014
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Coco Polo

Coco Polo
Coco Polo Chocolate, Highland Park, N.J.
(800) 433-2462

Coco Polo Chocolate’s line of all-natural, sugar-free chocolate bars are sweetened naturally with the stevia plant, a zero-calorie sweetener.

“We are excited to offer the natural sweetness of Coco Polo chocolates to chocolate lovers looking for a health-full chocolate bar,” says John Cunnell, co-founder of Coco Polo. “Without the use of any artificial ingredients, we rely on non-GMO fruit, nuts and cocoa to provide the pure, rich taste that chocolate enthusiasts search for.”

Coco Polo Chocolates contain natural ingredients from the purest sources to provide consumers with the delectable taste they crave — without the added sugar.

They’re available in 13 varieties, including:

  • Sugar Free 70% Cocoa Pure Dark Chocolate
  • No Sugar Added 70% Cocoa Dark with Whole Dry-Roasted Almonds
  • Sugar Free 70% Cocoa Dark with Elderberry
  • No Sugar Added 70% Cocoa Dark with Tart Montmorency Cherries
  • Sugar Free 70% Cocoa Dark with Ginger
  • Sugar Free 70% Cocoa Dark with Cocoa Nibs
  • No Sugar Added 39% Cocoa Pure Milk Chocolate
  • No Sugar Added 39% Cocoa Milk with Whole Dry
  • No Sugar Added 39% Cocoa Milk with Elderberry
  • No Sugar Added 39% Cocoa Milk with Tart Montmorency Cherries
  • No Sugar Added 39% Cocoa Milk with Hazelnuts
  • No Sugar Added 39% Cocoa Milk with Mango

Ingredients: (Sugar Free 70% Cocoa Pure Dark Chocolate) Chocolate liquor, non-GMO erythritol, inulin (a prebiotic), cocoa butter, non-GMO soy lecithin, vanilla, reb A (extract of stevia).

S.R.P.: $4.99

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