Get Your Yum on with Endangered Species Chocolate & Giveaway
Who doesn’t think chocolate should be one of the four food groups? It’s rich, creamy, goodness that melts in your mouth and makes you feel better. (Remember those endorphins!) What could be better than chocolate? I’m glad you asked because I have the answer; Endangered Species Chocolate
These chocolates have a high cocoa content, providing an intense chocolate flavor in each bite. They’re also gluten free, meaning my daughter who is allergic to gluten can enjoy her chocolate fix. But to me, I’m enamored with their commitment to the environment. Each of these chocolate bars has an endangered animal on the front. The manufacturers are committed to protecting these animals. Ten percent of their profits every year are given back to organizations that support species conservation, habitat preservation and humanitarian efforts. Now I can feel good about my candy and eat it too!
We received four bars to sample for ourselves, the natural milk chocolate, the natural dark chocolate with raspberries, the natural dark chocolate with cranberries and almonds and the dark chocolate and peppermint crunch. Each of these 3 ounce bars is made with ethically traded, shade grown cacao and natural ingredients. Honestly, I’m usually a dark chocolate fan, finding it leaves a bitter aftertaste in my mouth and is not sweet enough for me. I was apprehensive when I sampled my first bite of natural dark chocolate with cranberries and almonds. Instead, I found it was still slightly bitter but the rich chocolate flavor balanced out the bitterness. My son sampled each flavor and decided he would stick to the natural milk chocolate, which still had a high cocoa content but was slightly sweeter. I found the chocolate was rich enough to sooth my chocolate cravings with a small piece. My favorite flavor was the Dark Chocolate with Peppermint Crunch.
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One person will receive an assortment of Endangered Species Chocolate valued at $20.
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