Zotter ‘Squaring the Circle’ White Coconut with Organic Sweetener

Exotic coconut flavour with subtle, zero-calorie sweetener: a white, vegan bar with an exciting coconut scent and flavour. It’s subtly sweetened with erythritol, the organic sugar alternative that tastes of sugar but has zero calories. and also features white rice couverture and pure cocoa butter for a delicious melt.

Flavour profile:
Intense, exotic-tropical flavour of coconut and roasted coconut flakes with buttery and creamy accents, mild notes of citrus and a refreshing erythritol effect.

SKU: ZOT-18607 Category: Brand: ,

Suggested Retail:  3,95

20 in stock

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Coconut Bar° with erythritol°

Ingredients:
Cocoa butter°*, rice drink powder°(rice°, sunflower oil°, salt), coconut powder°(20%:coconut paste°, coconut milk°, coconut flour°), sweetener: erythritol°(20%), orange powder°(orange juice concentrate°, rice flour°), vanilla powder°, salt

*fair traded, fair trade content in total: 35%
°from controlled organic cultivation
May contain traces of all types of nuts, peanuts, milk, sesame and soy.
Can have a laxative effect if consumed in excess.

Zotter Squaring the Circle

The chocolate collection with trendy sugar alternatives and sugar-free chocolates. Available in 13 varieties, in dark, milk, white and fruit. And in several vegan options. With the Squaring the Circle range, Zotter presents chocolates without any sugar and some featuring today’s brand-new sugar trends. Squaring the circle isn’t possible with a normal drawing compass and a ruler, but even 2.000 years ago, Archimedes solved this problem with his own mathematical formulas. The Squaring of the Circle range shows us not restricting ourselves to cacao and sugar but instead exploring new sugar trends from exciting sugar alternatives like trendy date sugar, nocalorie organic sweetener (erythritol), fructose contained in mangoes to no sugar at all, as well as two new nut bars and much, much more. The squaring of the circle represents the impossible, but just like in modern mathematics beyond compass and ruler, our own science of chocomatics proves that there are a multitude of solutions. This enables us to develop many new chocolates, all revolving around the hot topic of sugar.

The diverse sugar assortment!

The Squaring of the Circle shows us making the impossible possible by replacing our ubiquitous raw cane sugar either with various sugar alternatives or not at all. This requires a very individual and precise processing flow, which is why for this particular purpose, Zotter use our “Fine Mist Craft-Akt” roasting appliance, which we can very quickly adapt to any requirements. Freshly roasted cacao beans, pure cocoa butter and all the sugar variations that are currently trending.
Nett weight

70 gram

Type of chocolate

Milk

Characteristics

Dairy free, Direct Trade, Fairtrade, Organic, Vegan

Leadtime/date

Case/Order quantity

10

Zotter chocolates rely on quality, variety, creativity, sustainability and are 100% organic and fair trade.

Zotter ranks among the best chocolatiers in the world.
  • Zotter stand for quality, variety, creativity, sustainability
  • 100% Organic, Fair and Bean-to-Bar
  • Internationally considered one of the most innovative chocolate makers and trendsetters in the industry
  • We carry dozens of their chocolate varieties in our range
  • Zotter Chocolates is recognized among the top 25 best chocolate producers in the world according to the Chocolate Tester Georg Bernardini
  • 2017 Zotter was celebrating 30 years in business!
  • Winner of international awards - like 15 awards 2016, 5 awards 2017 and 11 awards 2018 at The Academy of Chocolate Awards in London, Bronze in the category “Best Dark Chocolate” out of 200 international entries at the NW Chocolate Festival in Seattle in November 2017, 5 international Chocolate Awards in Summer 2018
  • Country of origin of our products is Austria.
  • Plus, each bar of chocolate is a work of art - thanks to Zotter’s genius artist -Andreas H. Gratze who designs all the packaging and other artwork.
The Zotter factory in Riegersburg, Austria

Variety and creativity

Zotter focuses on innovation. It’s important for Zotter to offer a wide and varied range of products – from classics like Butter Caramel and Raspberry to eccentric creations like Bread Break, created with bread schnapps made from organic bread leftovers. We offer more than 400 different chocolate varieties. Zotter typically introduce between 30 and 70 new products per year. And who comes up with all those amazing ideas? Josef Zotter of course, although lately he’s had quite a bit of help from his daughter Julia, the other creative mind in the family business. Experiments are Zotter's passion and they use their own in-house bean-to-bar factory to develop new ideas and products. Like those bright, fruity chocolates – their stunning colors and flavors derived entirely naturally from fruit alone – or those sweet little chocolate light bulbs in all different flavors and colors. Since the very beginning, the great artist friend Andreas H. Gratze has created a unique, individual design for each of Zotter's chocolate bars and those little pieces of art turn each choc into a first-rate gift. A wide range instead of the same old stuff – Zotter does it like Mother Nature, the products focus on variety and lots of surprises. We offer everything from Zotter's hand-scooped chocolate cult hits to pure single origin chocolates, drinking chocolates, pralines, couvertures up to hand-made Biofekt organic bonbons.

Chocolate - bean-to-bar

At the Riegersburg-based chocolate factory, Zotter produces their own chocolates, bean-to-bar. It’s all made in-house, from the fragrant cocoa bean to the finished chocolate bar. They roast, grind, mill and conch in small batches, all individually fine-tuned to each cocoa variety. The Riegersburg location employs 185 people who produce fresh chocolate every day and also take care of all the other things our factory requires. New FAIR logo At the beginning of the 2018/19 season, Zotter resigned the Fairtrade certification and have applied a FAIR “hand sign” as the new logo. Zotter is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO), and they certify their entire business according to their guidelines, which enables them to distance themselves from the mass balance supply chain system used in the Fairtrade structure. They continue to focus on 100% fair trade and physical traceability and transparency of all their raw materials. Josef Zotter explains: “I continue to believe that Fairtrade is a good idea – it’s definitely better than the absence of any regulation, but I want my customers to be able to buy a chocolate that contains exactly what it says on the wrapper.” Fine flavor cocoa from the best cocoa growing regions in the world They mainly buy their cocoa in Latin America, the cradle of cocoa. They get their fine flavour cocoa from various different countries like Peru, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Panama, Ecuador, Guatemala, Brazil, Belize, the Dominican Republic, Madagascar, Togo and Congo. Each chocolate contains a piece of history – from Belize’s Maya cocoa to cocoa from Panama and Peru, cultivated by indigenous tribes in the middle of the rain forest, who use it to safeguard their traditional way of life, to cocoa from Nicaragua, transported by sailboat: for the first time in 20 years, a sail cargo ship landed at Hamburg port, carrying Zotter's cocoa. It was transported entirely emission-free and completely sustainable by the Brigantes and Timbercoast crews. Fairly traded organic cocoa from small farms, cultivated using crop rotation: this means delicious flavor but also the preservation of cultures – human and plant. Zotter buys their cocoa directly from the farmers, pay way above the world market price and support them continuously, so they stick with quality and fine flavor cocoa varieties like Criollo, Trinitario, Nacional and Nativo and are therefore no longer dependent on the world market, which trades chiefly in bulk cocoa. Zotter often travels to their cocoa growing regions in order to meet their cocoa farmers and conversely, they invite them over to visit our factory. Great interpersonal relationships make for a very special product quality. In the summer of 2018, Julia Zotter spent 3 weeks in Peru to visit the cocoa farmers and look in on their social campaign project, “Chocolate for School”.

Transparency and sustainability

If you want to learn how chocolate is produced, you can visit Zotter's Chocolate Theater and see first-hand how cocoa beans are turned into delicious chocolate, how hand-scooped chocolates are filled and everything else there is to know about chocolate making. Zotter only use organic and fairly traded raw materials because it’s better for the environment as well as us humans! As a producer, they feel it’s their responsibility to be sustainable and create added value instead of aiming towards the highest profit margin and thereby using and abusing our environment and the people they work with. Their chocolate factory counts among the most sustainable businesses in Austria and has also gained an EMAS certificate: external environmental experts assessed the production life cycle and the environmental goals and found them exemplary. Zotter's entire production runs on clean power, a considerable part of which they produce themselves with a gigantic solar power system. They use electric vehicles and their canteen cooks an organic menu for our employees fresh every single day, using ingredients from Zotter's Edible Zoo and their organic farm, both of which are located right next to our factory and are open to the public. Organic all around.

Family business

Zotter founded their family business in 1987, went bankrupt and reopened it in 1999 as a chocolate factory on Josef's parents’ farm, as it was the cheapest location for a new start. At this point, even their children Michael and Julia are employed by their business. Julia Zotter built the chocolate theater in Shanghai and ran it for three years. Now she’s back with them in Austria and develops new products together with her father Josef Zotter. Michael has a head for technology, which is why he is responsible for IT, facilities and our online shop. Their youngest daughter Valerie is their main taster at the moment but does not have veto rights, because otherwise they’d produce nothing but white chocolate. Zotter Schokoladen - Austria from The High Five Company on Vimeo.

Zotter Schokoladen

Bergl 56 8333, Riegersburg Austria https://www.zotter.at

Ordering

  • You can order via the normal product pages in the webshop or via the Quick Order Form.
  • In My Quick Order you will find items you have previously ordered - even more convenient for repeat purchases!
  • Both the Recommended Retail Price (incl. 9% VAT) as well the wholesale price (excl. VAT) is indicated for each product.

Product types and lead time

We work with a tiered lead-time structure and the lead-time depends on the type of product. We distinguish three types of products in our range;
 Stock productsSpecial Order ZotterSpecial Order products
Brands / productsBean Geeks, Chocolate Tree, Dick Taylor, Fjåk, Fruition, Menakao, MIA, Raaka, Taza, To'ak and Zotter.All hand-scooped productsAmano, Cuna de Piedra, French Broad, letterpress, Luisa Abram, Mañoa, Markham & Fitz, Qantu, Ritual and Solstice.
Procedurethese we supply from stockthese we do not stock and supply on customer orderthese we do not stock either, we collect all orders from our customers during the month and we order it in from the US on the first day of the new month, lead-time is then before the 10th of that month.
For example:
- if you order on Sept 2nd, you will get the product before Oct 10.
- if you order on Sept. 30th, you will also get it before Oct. 10th.
- this applies to every month.
Lead-time1-3 working days1-2 weeks10 days to 40 days
On the Product page ('product data' tab) as well as on the Quick Order Form the type of product and the respective lead-time is indicated.

Orders combining Stock and Special Order Products

If your order consists of product from more than one lead-time category we will normally ship when the order is complete 9when the Special Order products have been received). In case the despatch date as a result of that comes to more than two weeks we will contact you to confirm to wait or make a partial delivery.

Delivery

We ship by DPD. DPD usually deliver within 24 hours (within Holland and Belgium). For other countries the lead-time is about 2-3 days. After your order is processed and ready to ship you will receive a notification by email, detailing the scheduled delivery date and a Track & Trace code.

Shipping costs

We charge a fixed fee for shipping (figures exclude VAT):  
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Free order (free shipping)€300,-€450,-€750,-€1.000,-€1.250,-none
Minimum ordernonenonenonenonenone€500,-
We do not arrange transportation for orders to customers outside the EU, these need to arrange shipping themselves. In case you wish to book your own transport, you can indicate this at checkout. We then do not charge shipping- or order costs.

Payment

Payment can be settled on account (invoice), by iDeal (the Netherlands) or Credit Card. For shipments outside the Netherlands we ship only after receipt of the payment in full.

Invoice

The invoice for your order is send by email when the order is processed and shipped.

Prices

  • All suggested retail prices are incl. 9% VAT, all wholesale prices are exclusive of VAT.
  • It is possible to apply 0% VAT for EU customers based outside Holland. Please store your VAT number in the designated area of your account pages, or the checkout page.

Best By Date (BBD)

Attention: the date format on all American packaging is as follows: MM-DD-YY (the month first, opposite to what is custom in Europe). American artisanal chocolate makers normality give 12 months from date of production. Chocolate which we supply you with has a Best By Date of minimum 4 months. We discount and clear all product with a shorter Best By Date.

Product types and lead time

We work with a tiered lead-time structure and the lead-time depends on the type of product. We distinguish three types of products in our range;
 Stock productsSpecial Order ZotterSpecial Order products
Brands / productsBean Geeks, Chocolate Tree, Dick Taylor, Fjåk, Fruition, Menakao, MIA, Raaka, Taza, To'ak and Zotter.All hand-scooped productsAmano, Cuna de Piedra, French Broad, letterpress, Luisa Abram, Mañoa, Markham & Fitz, Qantu, Ritual and Solstice.
Procedurethese we supply from stockthese we do not stock and supply on customer orderthese we do not stock either, we collect all orders from our customers during the month and we order it in from the US on the first day of the new month, lead-time is then before the 10th of that month.
For example:
- if you order on Sept 2nd, you will get the product before Oct 10.
- if you order on Sept. 30th, you will also get it before Oct. 10th.
- this applies to every month.
Lead-time1-3 working days1-2 weeks10 days to 40 days
On the Product page ('product data' tab) as well as on the Quick Order Form the type of product and the respective lead-time is indicated.

Orders combining Stock and Special Order Products

If your order consists of product from more than one lead-time category we will normally ship when the order is complete 9when the Special Order products have been received). In case the despatch date as a result of that comes to more than two weeks we will contact you to confirm to wait or make a partial delivery.
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