Endangered Species Chocolate
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Endangered Species Chocolate

Posted on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 at 10:40 am
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Endangered Species Chocolate makes premium chocolate that support species, habitat, and humanity.  They donate 10% of their net profits to species and habitat conservation efforts.  As you probably expect, Endangered Species Chocolate makes chocolate bars.  They have a line of All Natural bars that are dark chocolate, or extreme dark chocolate.  Some included mint, blueberries, raspberries cranberries, almonds cacao nibs or hazelnut toffee.   They also make a line of Organic bars that come in different flavors.  One is organic milk chocolate, and the rest have dark chocolate.  You can also get dark chocolate covered cherries, cranberries & almonds, cashews, or almonds.  You can purchase Endangered Species products right from their website.  Prices range from about $2.00 for a 3 ounce chocolate bar to $50.00 for “The Habitat Collection” gift box.

Endangered Species Chocolates is part of the Non-GMO Project, and all of their Endangered Species Chocolate certified organic products are GMO free.  Some of their All Natural chocolate is not, but they are working towards making that change.  Their foods have also been certified gluten free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization.  This means that people who have celiac disease, or a gluten allergy or intolerance, can safely eat their products.  Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Their chocolate has a high cocoa content that provides antioxidants.  Endangered Species Chocolates has dedicated 2011 and 2012 donation funds to SEE the Wild and African Wildlife Foundation.

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