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We get what all the rioting's about... These are little cacao nibs dunked in some SERIOUS chocolate … These have only 1 - 2 calories per piece (or as they say on the tin, “peace”), and you don’t need to eat too many at once — that tin’ll likely last you awhile. Plus, they pack a WHOLLOP in the antioxidant department! Yay!" — Hungry Girl
Wow these things are good — teeny pieces of cacao (the bean that chocolate is made from) coated in dark chocolate. Even if you're not a fan of dark chocolate, you'll likely fall head over heels in love with these crazy-cute snacks." — Hungry Girl


Part of small being the new big is that the founder of the food company can spend a Saturday giving out samples at a key store. Because she needs to. Because she can. Because the feedback is essential." — Seth Godin
The thing about sweetriot ... is how handmade it all is. Handmade box, handmade label, even the little cocoa morsels appear handmade." — Seth Godin


sweetriot are all natural treats which satisfy any craving for sweets, and cacao nibs contain more antioxidants than any fruit of vegetable, according to the Department of Agriculture, so they are a considerably healthy treat." — The Knack


When we got the package in the mail and had a taste, everything changed — we were hooked.  Just a few nibs can satisfy a pretty intense chocolate craving." — Gothamist 


In fact the reaction was so good, that when we came back this morning, we found the other two tins had been raided too!!" — psfk


I think I might be in love all over again with the nibs from sweetriot." — Candy Blog


... unlike diet-derailing chocolate bars, each tin is only 140 calories — so even if you indulge in the entire thing, the damage is less than extensive." — Fashiontribes


... it's good for us, good for the farmers, good for the environment and good for the future (oh, and don't forget good tasting)." — The Food Paper


Guess what comes from South America, highly addictive, in powder form and come tightly wrapped in silver looking cover? No, not that one. It's cacao." — nomadlife