Hazelnut, Coconut and Cocoa Cream Hazelnut, Coconut and Cocoa
Cream with no added sugar and no milk is the Organic Smile Crunch spreadable cream. Ideal for filling toast or dessert and to accompany your breakfast.
Made exclusively from organic ingredients, the Hazelnut, Coconut and Cocoa Cream is a charge of energy. A delicious coconut-flavored spreadable cream!
Coconut is rich in minerals, such as calcium, selenium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and zinc. Delicious and nutritious, dehydrated coconut is a snack that comes directly from the coconut, preserving all its nourishing properties.
The hazelnut, coconut and cocoa cream is made exclusively with hazelnuts from organic farming, rich in vitamins and mineral salts.
We recommend a 15 g portion corresponding to 1 tbsp.
Why is there a layer of oil on the surface, separated from the cream below?
This separation is the demonstration of the total absence of emulsifiers inside the jar. The spreadable creams that are smooth and perfectly homogeneous have this aspect thanks to their content of emulsifiers.
Smile Crunch has chosen to produce organic and natural and does not use emulsifiers or preservatives.
To make the precious organic and natural Smile Crunch creams soft and spreadable, simply take a spoon and drill holes in the hardened pasta so that the oil penetrates back into the interior. Then, mix with energy in all directions until the consistency returns to being soft and homogeneous.
What are the differences between an organic product and an industrial product?
Many studies have highlighted how organic foods are better in many ways. In addition to having a greater nutritional intake, they have a minimum quantity of chemical residues compared to industrial products. To underline these differences, research was conducted by the British Journal of Nutrition which highlighted their advantages.
The raw material used in the Smile Crunch creams comes only from organic farming.
The term organic agriculture indicates a method of cultivation and breeding that only allows the use of natural substances, excluding the use of chemical synthesis substances (fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides). Organic farming means developing a production model that avoids the excessive exploitation of natural resources, in particular of the soil, water, and air, using these resources within a sustainable development model that can last over time.