Divine Chocolate is the only fair-trade chocolate company in the world that’s also owned by cocoa farmers. The brand just recently launched its new organic chocolate line with cocoa sourced from CECAQ-11, a cooperative of farmers off the coast of West Africa. The island of São Tomé has been called Chocolate Island and is the origin spot for some of the best chocolate in the entire world.
Divine Chocolate’s new organic line has a higher cocoa content and less sugar, and is fair-trade certified, USDA organic certified, vegan and non-GMO project verified. It is also made without any palm oil, soy or artificial flavors. However, you can still expect flavors like refreshing lemon, turmeric and ginger, and blueberry and popped quinoa.
“Organic sales are growing, and we have responded to chocolate lovers who say they are actively looking for organic ingredients and higher cocoa content,” said Liz Miller, senior marketing manager, Divine Chocolate. “We’ve sourced exceptional organic and Fairtrade cocoa from a flourishing co-operative of farmers in São Tomé, and we’re excited to partner with them to produce this delicious line while remaining true to our mission.”
You can purchase the new organic chocolate line at DivineChocolate.com, where the organic bars start at $4.59 each. You can also buy holiday-themed chocolates, snack bars, mini chocolate pieces, baking sets and gift boxes.
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