Product Terminology

  1. What is a cacao ceremony?

    What is a cacao ceremony?

    Discover what a cacao ceremony is and why it's gaining immense popularity. Learn about its roots in ancient Mayan rituals and how it has evolved into a modern experience for self-discovery and connection.

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  2. The Scoville scale

    The Scoville scale

    The Scoville scale is a measure, devised by Wilbur L. Scoville in 1912.

    It measures the pungency (spicy heat) of chillies and other spicy foods. It runs from 0 to 16.000.000 SHU's

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  3. What is Freeze Drying?

    What is Freeze Drying?

    Freeze drying is a technique used for the preservation of food and medicines. It is an industrial method for drying things at temperatures below freezing. For food, freeze-drying basically involves four steps.

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  4. What are Antioxidants?

    What are Antioxidants?
    Antioxidants prevent free radicals from causing damage in our bodies. Free radicals are aggressive molecules that are created during oxidation processes in our body...
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  5. What is germ reduced?

    What is germ reduced?
    Food contains various microbes, such as bacteria and germs. Organic ingredients naturally contain many more microbes than conventional ingredients. This is because organic food is not treated with pesticides.
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  6. Hygroscopy


    Hygroscope means 'tending to retain moisture'. The word comes from Greek. A hygroscopic product extracts water from the surrounding air.

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  7. Glycemic index

    Glycemic index
    The glycaemic index, or GI, is a value and represents the rate at which the food releases glucose to the blood. A low GI means that blood glucose levels rise slowly and fall...
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