The Superfood Confection™
Ambiance Confections
Intense Cacao Truffles

Ambiance™ C o n f e c t i o n s do not contain any of the following:

No added sugar or other natural sweeteners and no artificial sweeteners:

No sugar (sucrose) added

No glucose added

No fructose added

No dates

No agava syrup*

No brown rice syrup

No evaporated cane juice

No concentrated fruit juice

No coconut sugar

No stevia

No corn syrup

No high fructose corn syrup

No sugar alcohols (Maltitol, Erythritol, Sorbitol, Mannitol, Xylitol, and so on)

No gluten


No dairy

No added salt

No partially hydrogenated oils (artificial trans fats)

No added oils of any kind

None of the most common allergens, such as Peanuts, Dairy, Egg, Wheat, Soy, Fish, or Shellfish. (They do contain either cashews or almonds, which, botanically speaking, are seeds not nuts.)

No soy lecithin (an emulsifier)

No PGPR, polyglycerol polyricinoleate (an artificial emulsifier) added to commercial chocolate

No yeast

No corn

No artificial ingredients, colors, flavors, or preservatives

No vanillin, an artificial flavoring that is often used in chocolate products

No vanilla extract, thus no alcohol, glycerin, fillers, or preservatives

No gums

No glycerin

No pesticides

No hormones

No irradiation

No hexane or ethanol (or other extraction or extract solvents)


*Many people perceive agava to be a more healthful form of sweetener than other forms of sugar. Unfortunately, just the opposite is true. Table sugar (sucrose) is half glucose and half fructose. High fructose corn syrup is about 45% glucose and 55% fructose. Agave, by contrast, can be as high 90% fructose. Glucose is metabolized by every cell in the body. It is the fuel that powers the body. Fructose, on the other hand, is metabolized only by the liver. Even a seemingly moderate amount of fructose can overwhelm the liver’s ability to break it down. If this occurs, the liver can develop a condition called “non-alcoholic fatty liver disease” (NAFLD). NAFLD is very similar to cirrhosis of the liver, which is caused by excess consumption of alcohol. For more information on fructose refer to