Tonys Chocolonely Fairtrade Chocolate Conversation Bar - Birthday Cake/Injustice - White Rasberry Sprinkles
Our summary: our customers have been raving about this chocolate range so we had to stock it! It's tasty and ethical so win win - definitely worth treating yourself.
Limited Edition While Stocks Last!
White raspberry biscuit sprinkles bar:
This bar is a real party on the inside; creamy white chocolate with raspberry, biscuit and disco dip. Makes you smile right? And you haven’t even seen the colour yet!
One of 3 new, delicious chocolate bars from the limited edition Conversation bar range, wrapped with one word each and designed to provoke conversations about big topics like slavery in the chocolate industry, to create more understanding, awareness and empathy. Empathy drives fairness and fairness drives equality which is what Tony's are striving for in the chocolate industry. And they taste delicious so win win!
Last year Tony's sold 43,176,336 bars. The 6,624 farmers who produce cocoa for Tony’s earn a decent income. In addition to the Fairtrade premium they are also paid a Tony’s premium supporting their families and local industry.
Tony's mission is to end slavery in the cocoa industry. What a great way to change peoples lives with a simple switch for your tasty treat! The more people that choose slave free, the sooner 100% slave free will be the norm in chocolate.
28% sugar, cocoa butter, dried whole milk, 4.47% biscuit (wheat flour, sugar, butter (milk), glucose syrup, skimmed milk powder, dextrose, rising agent (ammonium carbonates), salt, whole milk powder, emulsifier (sunflower lecithin)), 3.33% sweetened raspberry powder (raspberry puree, maize starch, sugar), 2.50% hundreds-and-thousands (sugar, wheat starch, glucose syrup, colouring food (concentrate of radish, lemon, currant, algae (spiruline), sweet potato), coconut oil, glazing agent (beeswax)), emulsifier (soya lecithin)
Made in Belgium.
Things aren't being shared evenly in the chocolate supply chain. The chain starts with millions of farmers who produce cocoa and ends with the billions of consumers who enjoy chocolate. But what about the bit in the middle? This section is dominated by a handful of chocolate giants that profit from keeping the price of cocoa as low as possible. As a result, farmers are forced to live in poverty. And that leads to illegal child labour and modern slavery.
Right now there is slavery on cocoa farms in West Africa. This is a result of the unequally divided cocoa chain. Tony’s Chocolonely exists to change that. Child labour and modern slavery are against the law - it's illegal and it needs to stop. The situation is complex. But Tony's roadmap will help us accomplish it.
Tony’s 5 rules of the game for slave-free cocoa
With incredibly tasty chocolate, Tony's lead by example and show the world that chocolate can be made differently. By following Tony's rules of the game for slave-free cocoa, it's possible to make slave-free chocolate and be commercially successful.
The more people that choose slave free and spread their message, the sooner 100% slave free will be the norm in chocolate.
Read more on their website https://tonyschocolonely.com/uk/en/our-mission