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  • Food

    Demystifying MYLK

    Milk or Mylk - what’s the difference?
  • People

    Research & Development - Loving Earth Style

    With the launch of our tasty new flavours, we thought it’d be great to give you an insight into how we create the yummy flavours that end up in your hot little hands! Gian Manik is our chief product developer who has a real flair for creating magic in the kitchen, here’s what he had to say about the work involved in creating new Loving Earth products!
  • Chocolate

    Food is Sacred

    Really Raw Chocolate from Bean to Bar

    We have such a connection to chocolate, often seen as a guilty pleasure, an indulgent moment or as a reward, but rarely do we stop to question how it has come to be a perfectly packaged moment for us to enjoy. Where do all the ingredients come from and what do they go through to become a chocolate bar?
  • Chocolate


    A Healthy Easter – The Chocolate Alternative

    Easter is traditionally associated with religious holidays and rebirth, with the egg and the rabbit being symbols of fertility in pre-Christian European religions. Whilst this is where the modern celebration comes from, we all know that there's only one thing on kids' minds when this time of year rolls around...CHOCOLATE, and lots of it!
  • Chocolate


    6 Dessert Ideas for Christmas!

    We get so excited around this time of year when we finally get to plan the ultimate Christmas menu! We do however find when it comes to dessert it's so hard to lock in one idea. We've shortlisted our favourites down to just six recipes and now it's up to you to decide which one will be the perfect Chrissy day indulgence!
  • Chocolate

    Friends of Loving Earth

    New Chocolate Packaging - what's the story?

    Today we show the world our new chocolate packaging! It's pretty fact, no - it's VERY exciting! We've been working on this since last year and it took a LOT of doing before we were satisfied. If you look closely, you'll notice there's a whole system at play why did we do this, and how does it work?
  • Meditation

    Chocolate Meditation

    Loving Earth’s founder and managing director Scott just got back from a trip to India, during which he was initiated into a curious new form of meditation. You guessed it…chocolate meditation! But how does it work? 
  • Food

    Revealing The Magic of Chocolate - Part IV: The Alchemy

    Making chocolate is a sort of alchemy. It's a very fickle medium to work with and people spend their entire lives experimenting with it, always discovering new things... The modern method of making chocolate revolves around synergy: the synergy between the Cacao and the sweetener. At Loving Earth we make our chocolate by hand-mixing the unique ingredients together and infusing them with our own heart energy and powerful ancient superfoods. This is where the magic really happens... 
  • Food

    Revealing The Magic of Chocolate - Part III: Cacao & Biodiversity

    People often ask us about our chocolate. A single bite and they can tell that there's something a bit different going on here...this is partly due to the most basic element of the chocolate: the cacao. A little known fact about the innocent bean is that the heirloom variety, such as that used in our chocolate, is vastly different to the hybrid variety, which is found in the stuff made by most other chocolate maker...
  • Food

    Revealing The Magic of Chocolate - Part II: Love & Bliss

    A food that makes you happy, that stimulates your brain. A food that makes you fall in love and keeps your heart in perfect working order. Pure fantasy? No...Cacao! Especially when it's raw, as in our chocolate.
  • Food

    Revealing The Magic of Chocolate - Part I: Cacao & The Ancient World

    The last king of the Aztecs, Moctezuma died in 1521 as the Conquistadores established their rulership of Mexico. Haunted by legends of Moctezuma's gold, the Spaniards spent years searching the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan for the fabled lost treasure. They never found it…they didn't even know what they were looking for. Moctezuma's treasure was Cacao: his vaults were full of Cacao beans.

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