Carob (Kibbled, Flour, Seeds)

Carob is grown in the Mediterranean, the Middle East and various parts of Africa. Due to its high tannin content, it is often used as a substitute for cocoa powder.

Carob grows in places like Spain, Portugal and the Mediterranean region.

Carob is a plant that is often used as a cocoa or chocolate substitute. Its seeds are ground into powder and used in cocoa and chocolates. Carob grows in subtropical climates and regions with hot, dry summers and mild winters. The tree's homeland is the Mediterranean region, but it can grow wild in North Africa, Israel, and most of southwestern Asia.


Crop : Wild grown on mountains

Parts used : Fruit or Seeds

Quality : Hand picked. Cleaned, 100% pure and natural.

Available as : Whole carob, Kibbled carob, Carob seeds and Carob powder (flour)

Industry used : Food, Dietary/Nutritional Supplement, Phytotherapy and Feed industries.

Packaging : Kraft paper bags, PP bags and PE bags in various sizes

Country of origin : TÜRKİYE