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Algarrobina is a syrup made from the Black Carob tree.[1] It is popular in Peruvian cuisine and can be used in smoothies, cocktails, or simply in milk. Black Carob is a tree indigenous to Coastal Peru; rich in natural sugars, vitamins and minerals, it's a good substitute for chocolate. It can also be found in health food stores in the U.S.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Rodriguez. Tercer Encuentro de la Agroindustria: Rural Tarapoto Marzo De 1997 (in Spanish). IICA Biblioteca Venezuela. ISBN 978-9972-47-018-9.

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