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Callebaut White chocolate has 28% cocoa content. 300g Bag
White chocolate has no cocoa solids and relies purely on the cocoa butter to give it its chocolate flavours. This is why white chocolate tends to have a more delicate flavour and also why it is not chocolate coloured.
The Callebaut white has a sweet and subtle caramel flavour.
Callebaut is a Suisse/Belgium chocolate manufacturer who have been producing chocolate for over 150 years.
They use only the very best Cacao beans from Africa, Asia and South America produce very high quality chocolate products for the world’s best chocolatiers, restaurants, patisseries and delicatessens.
Callebaut was a Belgian company and a major producer of chocolate for consumers and for professional chocolatiers. The company was founded by Eugenius Callebaut in Belgium, in 1850, and began producing chocolate bars in 1911 and chocolate couverture in 1925.
In 1996, Callebaut merged with rival chocolatier Cacao Barry to form a new company, formally known as Barry Callebaut, with headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, although Callebaut retained its offices in Belgium. In 2005 Barry Callebaut was noted as "the world's biggest chocolatier."
Callebaut is one of the rare chocolate makers that still selects, roasts and grinds its own cocoa beans. Thanks to their special connections with the cocoa growers, they have access to the best cocoa beans for every single one of the chocolate recipes. They’re proud too to be one of the few chocolate makers that roasts the cocoa beans itself. Furthermore, the beans are roasted in their entire shell, to protect them and keep in all the aromas and subtleties. This yields a more intense, more complex and deeper cocoa flavour. A flavour that you will recognise in every classic Callebaut couverture chocolate.