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24 Carat Carob - Woman's Weekly Quick Bites Nov 12

Posted on November 19, 2012

 Woman's Weekly November 2012 - Page 230

"Remember the carob of the 1970's? Most of it had a greasy mouthfell, thanks to its palm oil base. Now The Carob Kitchen in South Australia has come up with Australia's first carob bar based on cocoa butter, with a melt-in-the-mouth texture and a malted caramel taste. Find these goodies at thecarobkitchen.com.au."

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Banjo Bear joins carob creations.

Posted on November 02, 2012

 In Business Magazine - November 2012

The Carob Kitchen of Port Elliot has launched Australia's first premium, Carob Milk Bar range to mainstream distribution. The organically grown range has no added sugar, and is caffeine, theobromine and gluten free. It contains no palm kernel oil. 

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Carob The Real Deal

Posted on September 13, 2012

Fresh off the Farm

Jen Barwick, May 28th  2012

Sophie has recently left her job in wine marketing and sales to begin The Carob Kitchen – a       growing line of gourmet and pure carob products – full-time.  I met Sophie at the Willunga Markets, one of two markets Sophie regularly sells her wares at, each weekend. A couple of weeks later I went to visit Sophie, her mother Carol, and her daughter, at the family carob farm. Located overlooking Port Elliott, the farm offers stunning vistas of Horseshoe Bay, in the southern Fleurieu   Peninsula.

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A Taste of Antiquity, SA Life.

Posted on August 25, 2012

The Carob Kitchen Port Elliot

Words by: David Sly November 2011

 It's the perfect crop for South Australian's war, dry, temperate climate. But it has taken now for the first locally grown carob products to become widely available. The Carob Kitchen is one of two growers taking the leap to manufacture a range of commercial carob products, and brand manger Sophie Richards says interest has been immediate.

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