Raw Cacao Nibs

16 oz bag

Retail Price: $14.99

Our Price: $10.95 (Save 27%)

16 oz bag

Why You’ll Love It

Our raw Cacao Nibs from Ecuador are richer, darker brown in color, and more dense than the Philippine Cacao. Their flavor is also more intense, and there’s is almost a faint coffee like flavor to them in addition to the light chocolate taste.
SKU: 658263084567

About This Brand

Divine Organics is a health and wellness, organic food line. We are based in Marin County, Northern California. Recognized as being the leader in sourcing and providing company owned, sustainable farm-grown superfoods and cutting edge wellness products to the community. Divine Organics’s motto is, ‘LIFE FROM LIFE, ENERGY FROM ENERGY’. Divine Organics supports sustainable and family-owned farms located in South America, Turkey, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Ecuador, and Peru.
Shop The Brand


Organic Raw Cacao (Theobroma Cacao Rio Arriba)

California residents: Learn more on Prop 65 warning. Disclaimer: Information, statements, and reviews regarding products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Results vary person to person, and there is no guarantee of specific results. Thrive Market assumes no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products.
Serving Size 1 ounce (28g) Servings Per Container 16

Amount Per Serving

Calories 160 Calories from Fat 100

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 11g 17%
Saturated Fat 4g 21%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 30mg 1%
Total Carbohydrate 14g 5%
Dietary Fiber 9g 36%
Sugars 3g
Protein 1g 2%

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 0%
Iron 20%

Manufactured in a facility that processes milk, eggs, wheat, soy and tree nuts.

Reviews For Raw Cacao Nibs

Based on 18 Reviews

Good Price yet Stones...

Great price for the amount in the pouch. Tastes great except for a few little stones / pieces of dirt.

- Caitlyn

Great bargain!

Excellent product and a great bargain. Would definitely buy again.

- Bruce

Complex, delicious

This was my first time trying cacao nibs. I was surprised by the complexity of the flavor. Especially the sort of "liquor" taste that I was able to pick up. I mixed them into a little bit of raw honey and coconut oil and found it a delightful replacement for my chocolate habit. Can't wait to bake with it. This may seem expensive upfront, but if you're like me and are using this to ween yourself off processed chocolate, it may save you money in the long run. A little bit is very satisfying, and of course far more nutrient dense than sugary milk chocolate!

- MS

Cacao Nibs

These nibs are awesome! I use them in my homemade protein bars to satisfy my chocolate craving and they are much healthier for me than chocolate chips!

- Pam

Nature's Chocolate Chunks

I wanted to second the other reviews that said that these were "coarse." These are like the "chocolate chunks" of the cacao nib world, since they are in much bigger pieces than other cacao nibs I have bought in the past. In the future, I will probably stick to other brands for nibs. I loved this company's cacao powder, though!

- Celeste


For the most part this product is okay...that is if you don't mind taking a bite and finding wood-like chunks in it. The first couple of times I didn't think much about it but the whole bag has been like this. This is the first time I've tried it so I'm not sure if I just got a bad batch. Other than that, the product is fine.

- Meredith

Great buy

I would have spent 25.00+ at the local health food store for the same product.

- Karenmarie

I am not a chocolate lover but Nibs are a great munchie

Just wash them down with a cup of green tea or put them in your warm turmeric milk. The quality is great, bit they are more bitter than some I have bought locally. I like the larger chunks. There are also more "chaf" flakes/pieces, so watch your teeth and don't break a tooth on the harder pieces.
Good value on the sale price.

- Dianne


I take these as a snack to work with almonds... They're nothing like chocolate, quite bitter, but I really like them.

- Rachel

Really Great!

I was reluctant to order this product when I read that someone said they were moldy, but they are FABULOUS!!! I can even eat them raw.

- Mimi


I figured I would give this brand a shot since it was a bit more affordable than the rest, and I'm glad I made the switch! Very fresh and still has that strong cacao taste. Great topping for yogurts and shakes!

- Jasmine

I am addicted

I eat a lot of organic cacao nibs - I think because it is raw chocolate the "feel good" factor is real. In addition, I like the benefits of the magnesium, fiber and that they are heart healthy. I eat them alone as a snack and also stir in smoothies and drinks. I make chia pudding with chia seeds, flax milk, cacao nibs and cocoa.

- Mary

Some of the nibs taste moldy

I don't have any problems with the flavor, as other reviewers mentioned, but many in the bag are clearly rancid or moldy. I didn't send them back to Thrive because it's too much trouble. I'm still eating them, as the majority are good, but when I taste a bad one, I just spit it out. Sorry, TMI! But I definitely won't buy this brand again. I also got their cacao powder, and that is very good.

- Adair

Better Combined with Sweets

These Raw Caraco Nibs are a bit bitter. They are best combined with something sweet. If adding to cookies or cake, grind them up to a powder with a small amount of regular or brown sugar. Unless you like bitter chocolate!

- Larry Ash

Great for Baking

I don't believe I ever tried Cacao chocolate before. I thought chocolate was chocolate. Was I wrong! These Raw Caraco Nibs are a delicious, deep chocolate like I've never tasted before. I use them in smoothies and shakes, and ground to a powder for cookies and cakes. So yummy, so healthy!

- Adam Burnett

Great product

We have been using a tablespoon in our smoothies or banana "ice cream" for added chocolate taste & nutritional boost. Great way to get some chocolate flavor without added sugar.

- Laurel

Good Product

I found these to be a little coarse compared to some other brands. I like them as I snack on them with trail mix and the largest size is easier to eat.

- Stephen


These are not as I expected, but they could be used in place of nuts in a recipe. My husband doesn't care for them because they are quite bitter. If you add them to something sweet then they are pretty tasty! Just gotta useem in the right way or grind them into a powder.

- Bethany

Featured on Thrive Market

See All Articles
Carob Vs. Chocolate

Carob Vs. Chocolate

There’s a reason why words like indulgent and rich often describe chocolate—eating it is quite an experience. And it’s not as bad for you as you might believe.

Read More
Cacao vs. Cocoa

Cacao vs. Cocoa

A warm, gooey brownie topped with silky vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of hot fudge. Ugh, it’s so tempting you can barely stand it. And all that goodness begins with the bitter cacao bean, the pow...

Read More
A New (and Healthy!) Reason to Give In to Your Chocolate Cravings

A New (and Healthy!) Reason to Give In to Your Chocolate Cravings

A box of chocolate truffles can be a slippery slope to self-loathing. Chocoholics know the the drill: One truffle...two truffles...three truffles in, and then the predictable wave of guilt hits.

Read More