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What: When Obama was president of the United States, Zotter created the peanuts and ketchup chocolate in his honour. Now, inspired by the current US president, Zotter can proudly present the peanuts and nettles fake chocolate, using ingredients which seem impossible, yet aren't. They picked nettles from the Zotter garden, turned them into a nettle jelly and dunked it into a homemade peanut nougat. The nettles don't sting, hence the "fake" title. They've added some chilli for a bit of zing and this is then covered with dark milk chocolate with a 60% cocoa content.Coincidentally, this is actually delicious. Is it the craziest chocolate bar of the season?! 

Vital statistics: Hand scooped 70g bar.  Ingredients: raw cane sugar°, cocoa mass°, peanuts°, cocoa butter°, full cream milk powder°, glucose invert sugar syrup°, peanut oil°, sweet whey powder°, dried stinging nettles°, lemon juice concentrate°, whole cane sugar°, skimmed milk powder°, gelling agent: apple pectin, emulsifier: soy lecithin°, salt, vanilla°, chilli ”Bird's eye”°, cinnamon° 
Cocoa (cocoa mass and cocoa butter): 60% minimum in the Dark Milk Chocolate°

How: Zotter are artisan chocolatiers and one of the few companies that process their own cocoa.They also proudly produce organic and fairtrade chocolate from bean to bar. Certified Fairtrade and Organic. 

Who: Josef Zotter is an Austrian chocolatier who is passionate about chocolate and creates pioneering new flavours. He works with fairtrade cocoa farmers around the world to source the best beans for your bar.
Why: Buying fairtrade chocolate provides farmers in developing countries with fair prices, fair terms, decent working conditions and empowers them to create sustainable businesses. 

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