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Dagoba Organic Chocolate Organic Cacao Powder, 8 oz

4.2 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Perfect for making hot chocolate; Combine with heated milk or milk alternative
  • Cacao powder with bits of unsweetened chocolate
  • Fair Trade Certified
  • A kosher, gluten-free powder
  • Includes 1 Dagoba Organic Authentic Drinking Chocolates Container (12-Ounce container)

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Product Description

Dagoba Organic Chocolate Fair Trade Certified Cacao Powder 8 ounce. Dagoba Cacao Powder is made from the finest organic cacao beans from the Americas and the Caribbean. Dagoba sources from small scale organic farmers to support sustainability, biodiversity and the preservation of rare and vanishing varietals. This cacao powder is a luxurious addition to truffles, tortes, chocolate dipped fruits, sprinkling on coffee drinks or your favorite recipe.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 3.2 x 6.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001K2HWNU
  • UPC: 707005263224 810474006022
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,018 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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Organic cocoa.

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I believe it's important to know the "mother company" when we are eating healthy foods. Hershey's, a multi-national junk food corporation with an abysmal record on workers' rights and child labor, contributed $519,000 to defeat prop 37, the California Right to Know GMO labeling initiative. Meanwhile Dagoba, Hershey's organic subsidiary, refused to lift a finger in support of Californians' fundamental right to know what's in their food. Every dollar you spend on organic traitor brands like Dagoba directly enriches the junk food and pesticide corporations who own them. Why send your hard-earned money to companies that use it to lobby against laws that protect consumers? I have purchased this brand until I learned about all this. Now I look on Amazon to find other brands that support my core values.
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I just bought a can of this product from my local grocery store as I am very into chocolate, and love to try new cocoa powders.

I have to say that I was very disappointed. It doesn't have much of a chocolatey flavor. After reading reviews on here, I am not surprised Hershey's bought and now owns the Dagoba corporation. Hershey's cocoa powder is lifeless...some people would of course disagree, but they are also the people who haven't tried too many of the "higher-end" powders, like Perginotti, Droste, Valhrona, or Green and Black's Organic Cocoa powder (my favorite).

Anyway, save your money for a better product. I think I will donate my can to a less discerning and grateful friend.
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It would be nice if Amazon would take responsibility for providing complete product information for the items they sell. For example, a buyer might assume that the name Dagoba was significant, perhaps representing the company that manufactures the products. In reality, since 2006, the company that produces "Dagoba" chocolate is Hershey's. The cacao products may still be organic and trade certified, but buyers of the products are supporting a huge multi-national corporation, not the small, ethical business that the name Dagoba originally represented.
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You can buy this elsewhere for $8-$9 for an 8-oz container. Why Amazon is charging almost double that is beyond me. Navitas Raw Cacao powder tastes much better and is $14 for 16 oz. I switched to Navitas once I found out Hersey's had bought out Dagoba. Too bad, because it used to be a great product.
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Just on philosophical grounds, I must stop buying this product.
I liked the flavor, used it sparingly in smoothies when I craved chocolate
and it satisfied.
BUT NOW IT'S OWNED BY A MULTINATIONAL (HERSHEY) WHICH HAS ALWAYS MADE THE MOST
DISGUSTING CHOCOLATE IN THE WORLD!
So I must stop buying it on sensory grounds as well.
Even as a child, I recognized that Hershey's was inferior -- it always left
a waxy coating in my mouth and barely tasted like chocolate.
But as an adult, I recognize the absolute wrong-headedness of Hershey's policies
concerning GMOs, child labor and forced labor in cocoa fields, and use of
certified fair trade cacao.
Even MARS has a better record in this area than Hershey, which has the worst.
No Thank You, Dagoba --- sorry!

SCHARFFENBERGER - which used to be an honest, locally-owned and operated chocolate
maker with integrity ALSO WAS BOUGHT BY HERSHEY'S.

If you want real, dark, chocolatey cocoa powder (unsweetened) try Guittard. It's one
of the last independent producers of chocolate in the US and it's yummy.
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Very disappointed. It does not have a rich flavor...I did not find it to my liking at all. This is a case not to judge a book by its cover, because it has very nice packaging. I would rather have a simple sack containing a quality product. That is my one star; for the packaging, a good marketing ploy until one has a taste.

This is an update: After my utter disappointment with Dagoba and others, I bought Organic Raw Cacao (2 to 5 lb. bag) online. Fabulous! I make RICH hot/cold chocolate milk as well as ice cream. I use to buy a 'high premium' ice cream...not any more. LOL! My homemade ice cream is much, much, better. I wouldn't eat anything else.

Try this: RAW Organic Cacao powder, Ceylon Cinnamon (needs to be Ceylon) Goli powder (optional), raw honey, organic vanilla, and powdered Goats Milk. For ice cream, add egg yolk.
Super Delicious and healthy.
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Very light color and no flavor. Two stars for the can only, fancy looking and airtight, good for storage. Butif high quality cocoa is what you'd rather pay for, save your money and look elsewhere.
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I baked an almond cake with this cacao, and the flavor is really good. I have baked other things with it, and we love the flavor. I don't use it just in milk, but I can tell for baking is great! Also is gluten free ;)
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