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Callebaut 70% Extra Dark Bitter Sweet Chocolate Callets
  • Code: GG-2441-Parent
    Code: GG-2441-Parent

    Callebaut 70% Extra Dark Bitter Sweet Chocolate Callets

    Callebaut - 22 lb

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    From Belgium

    Callebaut 70% Extra Dark Bitter Sweet Chocolate Callets have an intense chocolate flavor that is balanced by a light amount of sweetness. Callebaut 70% Extra Dark Bitter Sweet Chocolate Callets are favored by chocolatiers and chefs around the world for its intense, balanced chocolate flavor and solid body of roasted cocoa.

    • Composition:
      • Cocoa: 70.5%
      • Fat: 38.9%
    • Origin of Bean: N/A
    • Shape: Callets
    • Application: Flavoring for baked goods, ice creams and sorbets, and patisserie & and desserts. Many confectionary uses, including medium enrobing, moulding hollow figures (15-30 cm or 5-15 cm), panning, piping decoration, airbrush spraying, and moulding pralines
    • Certificates: Kosher, Halal

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    Callebaut

    Callebaut began in the small Belgium town of Wieze in 1911 when, after months of secretly working on his first chocolate recipe, Octaaf Callebaut created Callebaut’s Finest Belgian Chocolate. News of his creation spread quickly, and soon his chocolate became a staple in small shops of nearby villages. In the following years, Octaaf continued refining and perfecting his chocolate recipes, creating the Callebaut family’s first couvertures to combat the difficulty of finding ingredients during wartime during the 1920s. Octaaf Callebaut and his family have passed on their chocolate knowledge from one generation to the next, making use of all senses to master the art of chocolate making. The Callebaut family is so passionate about chocolate, the company opened its first chocolate school, the Callebaut College, in 1988. With this school, and a merger with the French Cacao Barry in 1996, Callebaut has continued to share their Finest Belgian Chocolate and inspire chefs and chocolatiers the world over.

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    Nutritional Facts

    Nutritional facts

    Serving size n/a

    % Daily Value*
    Total Fat 38.9g
    59.80%
    Saturated Fat 23.3g
    116.30%
    Trans Fat 0.0g
    Polyunsaturated Fat 1.3g
    Monounsaturated Fat 12.6g
    Cholesterol 0.0mg
    0.00%
    Total Carbohydrate 48.8g
    16.30%
    Dietary Fiber 14.0g
    55.90%
    Total Sugars 26.0g
    Protein 8.8g
    17.70%
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    Brand:Callebaut
    Code: GG-2441
    Origin: Belgium
    Each Weight: 23.00 pounds
    Pack Size: 1 Each

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    Nutritional facts

    Serving size n/a

    % Daily Value*
    Total Fat 38.9g
    59.80%
    Saturated Fat 23.3g
    116.30%
    Trans Fat 0.0g
    Polyunsaturated Fat 1.3g
    Monounsaturated Fat 12.6g
    Cholesterol 0.0mg
    0.00%
    Total Carbohydrate 48.8g
    16.30%
    Dietary Fiber 14.0g
    55.90%
    Total Sugars 26.0g
    Protein 8.8g
    17.70%
    Producer Spotlight

    Callebaut

    Callebaut began in the small Belgium town of Wieze in 1911 when, after months of secretly working on his first chocolate recipe, Octaaf Callebaut created Callebaut’s Finest Belgian Chocolate. News of his creation spread quickly, and soon his chocolate became a staple in small shops of nearby villages. In the following years, Octaaf continued refining and perfecting his chocolate recipes, creating the Callebaut family’s first couvertures to combat the difficulty of finding ingredients during wartime during the 1920s. Octaaf Callebaut and his family have passed on their chocolate knowledge from one generation to the next, making use of all senses to master the art of chocolate making. The Callebaut family is so passionate about chocolate, the company opened its first chocolate school, the Callebaut College, in 1988. With this school, and a merger with the French Cacao Barry in 1996, Callebaut has continued to share their Finest Belgian Chocolate and inspire chefs and chocolatiers the world over.

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