ALLERGENS

  • All Fudgedits Fudge contains dairy products.
  • Some of our Fudge contains gluten. Please consult the allergens on the fudge of your choice.
  • All fudges are made in premises where nuts are used. All fudge may potentially contain traces of nuts including Peanuts
  • Our fudge is vegetarian.
  • We do not currently offer any diabetic, vegan or lactose free fudges.
  • For any further information or concerns regarding allergens, please contact us

 

                 INGREDIENTS

Cacao Nibs- Nua Naturals Organic Cacao Nibs contain a high amount of free radical fighting antioxidants. They contain more antioxidants per serving than blueberries, goji berries and green tea! Cacao Nibs serve as an excellent source of magnesium which is great for aiding optimum muscle, heart and brain function. Cacao also contains valuable nutrients such as iron, zinc and chromium which are beneficial in keeping your skin healthy. These nibs are a great addition to anyone’s diet and they are the ideal healthy snack when you’re out and about! Nua Naturals Cacao Nibs are organic, gluten free, dairy free and sugar free. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

 

Chia Seeds are what’s known as a superfood, which means they are a nutritional powerhouse. It can be used to supplement meals, simply sprinkle some seeds on top of prepared food like porridge or include chia in the ingredients when baking goods to boost the meals nutritional value. Each of those little seeds contains a whole host of vitamins, minerals, unsaturated fats and protein. Chia is a rich source of several B vitamins and a whole range of minerals including calcium, iron and magnesium amongst others. This little superfood also provides us with a plant based source of omega-3 and omega-6, which are normally obtained from fish in the diet and through supplements. Chia can be a significant source of protein and dietary fibre also.

 

Cranberries are nutritious berries which are perfect for cooking with. Simply slip some cranberries into your baked goods for not just a new taste, but also new textures and all the additional nutrients you get from this little berry. Each one is packed full of a strong natural antioxidant, as well as vitamin C to help boost your overall health. But they aren’t limited to baking, you can add cranberries to cereal, yoghurt or even eat them by themselves for a tasty snack.

 

Desiccated coconut is simply coconut meat that has been grated and dried. Desiccated coconut is very popular in a number of dishes, particularly Asian dishes and curries. It is also often used in cereals, granolas and baked goods, particularly sweet treats and desserts to add sweetness and taste. Desiccated coconut adds texture to baled goods and makes an excellent dressing for savoury foods. Desiccated coconut is a good source of dietary fibre, manganese, iron, copper and selenium. Although desiccated coconut is a good source of many essential nutrients, it should still be eaten in moderation as it is quick high in saturated fat.

 

Goji Berries which are also referred to as ‘wolfberries’ are a bright orange/red berry that originates in China. They have become one of Evergreens most popular ‘superfoods’ in recent years and with their nutritional value it is no surprise! Goji berries are often said to be the most nutritionally dense fruit on earth. They are the only fruit which contain all essential amino acids and are also have the highest concentration of protein of any fruit. This is particularly beneficial for vegan and vegetarian diets. Goji berries also contain 21 trace minerals including iron, calcium and selenium. They are also a good source of fibre and vitamin C. if all that wasn’t enough, goji berries also have natural anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal compounds. Add these delicious little berries to your cereal, trail mix or nibble on them on their own to see the many benefits for yourself!

 

Inulin

Inulin is a non-digestible pre-biotic, it promotes the health of good bacteria in your stomach and thus can have many health benefits.

Bacteria in your body will use this to nourish and grow, which will keep you and your stomach healthy. With this in mind, inulin will help get rid of bad bacteria, prevent infection, and stimulate your immune system

 

Maca Powder-. For years maca has been used as a source of energy, nutrition and healing. It is known for helping people to adapt to stress naturally. It also energises and has libedo enhancing effects. It is full of nutrients which can help maintain a healthy body and mind. Maca powder can also help in the production of hormones in the body. Add a tablespoon of this to muesli, salads, yoghurt and juices and enjoy all the benefits it can bring. The ingredient used in this powder has originated in Peru.