Valrhona's Andoa Lactee 39% is an organic, fair trade and deliciously smooth chocolate with a seductive milky sweetness and powerful cocoa taste. This Grand Cru soft and mellow chocolate, seduces with its milk smoothness and chocolate tenderness, enhanced by a bittersweet hint.
This certified chocolate allows chocolate lovers to buy fair trade and organic products, while still attaining the refined levels of quality and taste for which Valrhona is known. By producing a certified chocolate, Valrhona also aims to draw on the high standards of practice required to attain Fair Trade and Organic certification to improve the way they do business throughout their supply chain, all while maintaining their focus on flavour.
As of January 2020, Valrhona is officially B CORP certified company.
- Ganache Chocolate (Optimal)
- Ganache Patisserie (Optimal)
- Tablet Bar
- Ice Cream & Sorbets
- 39% cocoa
- 34% sugar
- 41% fat
- 26% milk
Storage: Keep in a dry, cool place at between 60.8/64.4 °F (16/18 °C)
Product of France
At above 26°C, cocoa butter in chocolate products may start melting, and recrystallize as white streaks or marks on the chocolate's surface. This phenomenon is called 'fat bloom'. While it may not have the perfect appearance, bloomed chocolates are safe to eat and use in recipes.
During summer months when the temperature is relatively warm, we advise adding cold packaging to your shipment in order to minimize the risk of melting. While we are careful and diligent in maintaining the temperature of your package, we unfortunately cannot guarantee the products in the cold packaging will not be affected by unusually warm weather and irregular transit time.
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Inventory Last Updated: Jan 22, 2022