Jala Jala Treats Davidson Plum White Chocolate 100g
This unique chocolate is a delicate balance of smooth, sweet white chocolate and the lively tang of Australian native Davidson Plum; an exciting combo for your tastebuds! 100% First Nations owned business.
Ingredients: White 31% couverture; (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, emulsifier: soy lecithin (E322), natural vanilla extract), Davidson Plum (0.8%). White chocolate contains minimum 21%milk solids.
Contains: Milk and soybean Made in the same facility that processes products with: egg, gluten, milk, peanut, sesame, soy, sulphites, tree nuts and wheat.
Made from 100% sustainably grown cocoa. Palm oil free.
From Sharon Brindley, founder of Jala Jala Treats: I’m Sharon, a proud Yamatji/Noongar woman, Mother of three adult children and Grandmother of four beautiful Grandchildren.
I am the Founder of Cooee Café & Catering; Jala Jala Treats; Co-founder of Timberscope Feral Management & TrapEase. I am also a mentor, public speaker and an award-winning entrepreneur.
I’m passionate about supporting First Nations women and businesses, hopefully this shows in the active positions I hold as a Director for Black Duck Group; the Victorian representative for First Nations Bush and Botanicals Association of Australia (FNBBAA) I am a Certified Member of Supply Nation; I mentor at Culture College with the Yolgnu community and I’m an active member of Kinaway Indigenous Chamber of Commerce; I also sit on the board of a Mornington Peninsula Indigenous Business Group.
I have become an ardent advocate for increasing the presence of First Nations owned businesses within the Native Food business sector, the current number sits below 1%.
I am a leader who instills confidence in others and leads by example, I am always searching for opportunities to collaborate and educate as a means of empowering people with my knowledge of food and my story.
I feel it’s important that we all know who we are supporting when we buy an ‘Indigenous’ product, it’s part of my role to help create clarity and awareness around First Nations business ownership, which in turn will assist other First Nation peoples and allies to have a clearer understanding.
I developed my love of cooking and knowledge of Indigenous ingredients from my Grandmother who was one of the stolen generation. “I love that, many years later, I am sharing the same excitement that was kindled in me back then, using some of the same ingredients and flavours in my business.” I’ve seen first-hand how food plays an integral part in connecting family and people regardless of their background, culture or religion.
Produced on the unceded land of the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin nation - Melbourne