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August 25, 2014

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ChocAlive Truffles

by Anne Paddock

There are four basic food groups: milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate, and chocolate truffles.                                                      A Chocolate Enthusiast

The chocolate truffle:  rich, decadent, creamy, and fresh. Leave it to the French to invent a confectionary that contains obscene amounts of cream and chocolate but credit a few Americans at ChocAlive for making an exquisite vegan, dairy-free raw chocolate truffle that is as gratifying to your taste buds as it is satisfying to your body. ChocAlive truffles contain only the highest quality plant-based raw and organic ingredients including Medjool dates, cacao, coconut, agave nectar, and almonds.

10329968_716740931701527_8184035239594363114_oChocAlive Truffles are made in Brewster, New York by a talented group of chocoholics committed to providing an alternative to the traditional processed chocolate truffle. By using what nature gives us and crafting the ingredients at low temperatures to maintain live enzymes, minerals, and other vital nutrients, the company is able to make a chocolate truffle that is healthy and delicious.

859294_702258913149729_2216633307885401537_oThere are five varieties of ChocAlive Truffles: Dark Chocolate, Dark Chocolate Crunch, Chocolate Almond, Chocolate Coconut, and Chocolate Chip Mint. The truffles are packaged in 6 piece (3 ounces) boxes (2 boxes for $15 or 4 boxes for $25), 8 ounce bags ($18) and 1 pound bags ($34), plus shipping. To order on-line, go to the company website: www.chocalive.com.

The truffles can also be purchased at retail locations in the northeast and California where a Specialty Sampler (a variety mix of Chocolate Almond, Chocolate Coconut, and Chocolate Crunch) is also offered. Chocolate Chip Mint Truffles are available at retail locations although from time to time, they are offered as a limited edition flavor on the website. Use the company store locator:  www.chocalive.com/pages/retail-store-locations to find a store nearby.

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3 Comments Post a comment
  1. Sherry
    Aug 25 2014

    LOVE.

  2. Clairice
    Dec 3 2017

    Are they out of business? None of their url destinations seem to be working.

  3. Dec 3 2017

    Hi Clairice: Good question…I don’t know if the site is down for updating or if they are no longer operating. I have seen their products in Whole Foods recently. My best suggestion is to keep checking their website.

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