Eventually I need to get my hands on some of this.
Containing less fat, less lactose and five times more vitamin C, with more insulin, the company claims camel mild chocolate will be much healthier than chocolate produced from cow’s milk. The camel chocolate will have no preservatives, or additives and will be flavoured with local popular spices, nuts and honey.
Martin Van Almsick, company manager said “It’s a luxury product, so we will never be in supermarkets. The plan is to be in one mall in each UAE city”. The chocolate is currently being sold in luxury hotels and private airlines in Dubai.
It is thought that camel milk has healing properties against jaundice, malaria, diabetes and constipation. Raw camel milk can be kept unspoiled for around seven days, compared to the much lesser life span of cow’s milk.