Carob products
Carob has a long history in human consumption. The Greek philosopher Theophrastus wrote at 4 century b.c. that the Greeks called carob as the "Egyptian" Fig. There is evidence that the ancient Egyptians used carob. Carob pods and seeds have been found in Egyptian tombs. The Romans also ate the peels of carob for their natural sweetness when they were still green and fresh.
Carob contains proteins up to 8%. It contains vitamins A, B, B2, B3 and D. It has high concentration in-calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium and manganese, barium, copper and nickel.
All products are 100% biological.

Carob honey

Our Carob syrup is extracted from the pods of the carob tree and has a mild, sweet flavor. It can be used as a sweetener for cakes, tahini, hot and cold drinks, yogurt, ice cream, and rice. It's a perfect substitute of honey and sugar and an excellent flavor enhancer for food. Carob syrup is also known as a traditional remedy for coughs and sore throats.

Carob coffee

Without caffeine and naturally sweet. It is a very good alternative to coffee and beneficial for the health. It looks like and has the same taste with coffee. The preparation of carob coffee is just like making a usual coffee. It can be used as filter coffee, espresso coffee and instant coffee. Coffee fanatics can blend it with their coffee to reduce caffeine and add all the nutrients and vitamins that carob can offer.

Carob cocoa

Processed carob powder is a perfect substitute of cocoa powder and a healthy alternative to chocolate. It can be used in pastries, cakes, hot beverages, milkshakes and desserts. It is also used in the pharmaceutical industry and the tobacco industry. It is naturally sweet and therefore need less additional sugar for extra sweetening. For each ounce of chocolate, replace respectively with 3 tablespoons of carob powder mixed with 2 tablespoons of water.

Carob tea

Besides to its healthy benefits, carob tea is a refreshing drink that can be consumed hot or cold, as iced tea. Preparation of carob tea is simple. Wash carob and add 2 tablespoons  in a cup of warm water. Boil for about 20 minutes, then filter. If you prefer it cold, add some ice and wait for it to cool. Carob spreads its sweetness in the water, therefore there is no need to add extra sugar. On the other hand if you want your tea to be even sweeter, use the carob syrup. Moreover, after boiling, carob will be so soft, that you could eat them as a delicious sweet accompaniment to your tea.

Carob flour

During processing, use temperature less than 100 degrees to ensure that the final product will remain raw. Our biological raw carob powder is a great treat for those who like non-processed foods. It is a substitute for raw cocoa powder and can be added to flour in pastry.  Additionally it can be used in cakes, hot drinks, milk shake of soy milk and desserts. It is naturally sweet and therefore needs less additional sugar for extra sweetening. You can use our carob syrup as a sugar substitute for your favorite pastries.

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