• Callebaut Milk Fountain Chocolate - 2.5 kg 600
  •  CA$50.95 

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Rich in cocoa, with extra cocoa butter.

The perfect fondu or fountain chocolate. Simply melt at 45°C before pouring in fountains or fondues.

Is there a greater joy for your customers to dip their fruits, cakes and marshmallows into a fluid well of indulgent chocolate taste. Fountain Chocolate – Milk is just perfect to spoil your customers with the creamy-caramelly indulgence of Callebaut®'s milk chocolate. Callebaut® enriches its Fountain Chocolate recipes with extra butter for a guaranteed fluidity in fountains and fondues over longer service times.

Size: 2.5 kg (5.5 lbs) bag

37.8% Min. Cocoa Solids
19.4 Milk
40.4% Total Fat

For helpful easy recipes with Callebaut Chocolate, click HERE.

Warm Weather Shipping Warning

Flour Confections does NOT recommend shipping chocolate products during the months of June, July, August & September. If you must have chocolate shipped Flour Confections recommends purchasing COLD PACKS for your order - and also choosing the fastest method of shipping possible.

Flour Confections CANNOT guarantee the prevention of melting chocolate products, no matter the month or current temperature, even though you may follow our recommendations of COLD PACKS and CHOOSE the fastest shipping method melting still may occur. Purchase at your own risk.

We recommend the following ratio for cold packs: 1 cold pack per 1kg of chocolate

Should your chocolate arrive melted, often times they can still be used.

Ingredients: Sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, unsweetened chocolate, emulsifier: lecithin, natural flavours.

Disclaimer: Actual product packaging and ingredients may contain more and different information than what is shown on our website. We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented and that you always read the label, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product.
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