Can you tell if the chocolate contains gluten?

If you search the internet for what foods contain gluten, you will learn that it is most commonly found in cereals like wheat, barley, or rye, as well as their varieties and hybrids like spelled, spelled, and Kamut. If you suffer from celiac disease, you should avoid eating any cereal that contains gluten. In light of this information, it is abundantly evident that we need to exercise extreme caution when dealing with foods containing gluten, such as bread, cookies, cakes, spaghetti, or pizza. There is rare chocolate sin gluten (gluten free chocolate) in the market.

Cocoa does not contain gluten. The cocoa seeds are ground up, and the cocoa butter, which is a natural edible lipid, is removed before the seeds are turned into cocoa powder. Because this fat does not include gluten, the correct response is that chocolate generally does not contain gluten. Or they ought not to have.

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Organic chocolate…

Certified organic chocolate is made using raw materials that have been cultivated in a way that is kind to the environment; more specifically, the cultivation practices used to get these raw materials to honor natural rhythms and do not artificially interfere with them.

Because organic components have not been treated with any kind of pesticide or chemical that is not found in nature, it is impossible to use them in products that contain genetically modified (transgenic) ingredients that are designed to be more resistant to pests and to increase crop yields.

Because of the risk of gluten contamination caused by cross-contamination, it may be impossible for a chocolate bar to be labelled as gluten-free. On the packaging, it must specify that the chocolate was made in a facility that does not handle gluten, so that there is no risk of cross-contamination. because a factory that does not use gluten is more likely to be able to guarantee a product that does not contain gluten.

Chocolates Torras was an industry leader in Spain when it came to the production and distribution of a variety of “sugar-free” cocoa derivatives. Through a technological collaboration agreement with a firm based in Belgium, we were able to jointly develop recipes and production techniques that, to this day, continue to wow customers with their exquisite flavour.

In addition to producing the traditional chocolates for the most romantic, Chocolates Torras is known for its pioneering work in the sugar-free and gluten-free chocolate industries, as well as the introduction of organic chocolates. Learn more about all of our naturally delectable product lines.