Sweetriot Cacao Nibs
Start a (Sweet) Riot!
trade and sustainable agriculture have become much talked
about subjects within the past few years. Any way in which
to support small farms and workers in developing countries
is gaining strong support, and fair trade products are now
found in many of the products we use everyday including
coffee, tea, honey and chocolate. A unique product that
supports these ideals is sweetriot cacao nibs covered in
dark chocolate. The line was created by brainchild Sarah
Endline, a businesswoman who has worked for mega-companies
such as Yahoo! and Microsoft. Endline and the sweetriot
company developed a brand of treats that are all-natural,
GMO-free and kosher, with the cacao coming from small farmers
in South America. So it’s good for us, good for the
farmers, good for the environment and good for the future
(oh, and don't forget good tasting).
more, sweetriot features emerging artists by using their
art on the tins along with an interesting fact about cacao-producing
countries in order to raise awareness. Currently, the art
of Callie Hirsch is featured. More over, these
tasty tidbits break in the shelves as the first food item
ever to be available in the New York Museum of Modern Art
nibs come in three flavors: 50, 65 and 70. The numbers correspond
to the percentage of dark chocolate used, 50% being soft
and sweet, while 70% being espresso-strong and dense.
the mission statement “To create a more just and celebrated
multicultural world for future generations,” it’s
hard not to buy packs and packs of these fun, crunchy little
treats to share with friends, family, even strangers!
Besides MoMa, sweetriot cacao nibs are available at specialty
gourmet stores like Whole Foods Columbus Circle, Zabar’s,
Garden of Eden, baked, Earth Matters and others. For a list of retailers, or to order
online, visit their website at www.sweetriot.com.