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Food on Fridays with Ann
First of all, the chocolate bar with cherries and the one with raspberries? Both are divine.
Next, please note the company mission:
Endangered Species Chocolate was born out of a desire to make an impact on the growing number of plant and animal species that are disappearing from Earth. With interests rooted in a deep love of chocolate making, Endangered Species Chocolate set out in 1993 to source natural, ethically traded chocolate as a carrier for an environmental message. Through the crafting of premium, thoughtfully sourced chocolate, Endangered Species Chocolate generates funds for conservation efforts worldwide.
…Every time you purchase a bar, you raise support for species and habitats worldwide. Each year, Endangered Species Chocolate donates 10% of net profits to environmental non-profits that are focused on wildlife conservation and habitat preservation.
Also, all but their seasonal products are certified gluten-free, and their dark chocolate products are 72% cocoa and non-GMO.
Can it get any better than this?
Yes, it can: I can buy them at my local Kroger grocery store! I found them on a rack set up in the health food section (also available at our local Whole Foods, though items can be ordered direct from their website).
Finally, check out their domain name: chocolatebar.com.
I’m a fan.
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