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Soy Lecithin Free Chocolate

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I don't know if there is a thread already on soy lecithin free chocolate, if there isn't here it is. Please list the brands of soy-free chocolate you find.

I'll start.

Meybona Organic Milk Chocolate

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Ingredients: raw cane sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder (26%), cocoa mass, bourbon vanilla. Cocoa solids: 35% minimum.

They also have high-cocoa versions, also soy-free.
 

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Lindt Excellence 90% Cocoa Bar

INGREDIENTS:
Chocolate, cocoa butter, cocoa powder
processed with alkali, sugar, bourbon
vanilla beans
 

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Didn't want to start a new thread so asking here; I'm a bit confused about my Cafedirect, CocoDirect drinking chocolate - Ingredients listed are cane sugar(60%) and cocoa(70%). Am I right to presume this does NOT have Soy Lecithin in it? The label claims gluten free, but nothing on Soy.
 

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Equal Exchange Chocolatiers Organic Dark Chocolate Caramel Crunch with Sea Salt (55% Cacao)

Organic Chocolate Liquor, *Organic Raw Cane Sugar, *Organic Cocoa Butter, Organic Caramel (*Organic Raw Cane Sugar, Organic Whole Milk Powder), *Organic Unrefined Whole Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, *Organic Ground Vanilla Beans. *Fair Trade ingredient. By weight 97% Fair Trade content.

Soy free and slave free...Yay!!
 

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Jenn said:
Pay attention to iron levels in chocolate,not all brands are created equal. Some are very low, some are extrodinarily high.

How do you figure out the iron content of a particular chocolate?
 
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Jenn said:
Iron levels is one of the required nutrients to be on the label on food in the US. It will say 8%, 10 %, or 60% or more even.

Oh, wow. Never noticed that.
 

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ugghh...mine (Trader Joes) has 40% -- but no soy. oh well back to the drawing board on the chocolate...
 
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Anyway, regarding the iron in chocolate, I guess that's a good reason to keep taking it with coffee whenever I can.
 

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I just had some of the best tasting chocolate yet so I thought I'd post about it here. I've been wanting to try this brand for awhile. I usually eat Lindt 85% chocolate which is pretty tasty and soy free.

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INGREDIENTS:
Chocolate, cocoa powder, cocoa butter,
demerara sugar, bourbon vanilla beans.
May contain traces of peanuts/tree
nuts/milk/soybean.

So just a few minutes ago I tried Green and Black's 85% chocolate and was really impressed! It costs a little more than Lindt bars but I think the price is justified. All organic and soy free as well.

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Ingredients

Organic Chocolate Liquor, Organic Cocoa Butter, Organic Fat-Reduced Cocoa Powder, Organic Raw Cane Sugar, Organic Vanilla Extract, Organic Whole Milk Powder *

* Please see FAQ on allergen labeling.

MAY CONTAIN HAZELNUTS, ALMONDS, BRAZIL NUTS, CASHEWS, PISTACHIOS, SOY AND WHEAT.
 

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Is sunflower lecithin a no-no? I have found a couple of UK chocolates with it in (e.g. waitrose own brand). Surely it is to some extent a source of PUFA, unless the amount used is tiny?
 

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