This sweet dark chocolate cuts right to the chase. No frills, just cocoa. No bitterness, just chocolate. And yes, dark chocolate-lover approved.
Tony's Chocolonely was founded with the goal to end forced child labor and enslavement on cocoa farms in Ghana and Ivory Coast.
Why we love it
Slip into something comfortable, like this fan-favorite dark chocolate. It's sweet, simple, and packing pure cocoa. The flavor sits on the sweet side of the dark chocoalate scale delivering a truly easy-to-enjoy treat. With this one, there's nothing between you and the chocolate besides the wrapper.
How it does good
Investing in a better future for all people
Across cocoa supply chains, things are not happening fairly. In fact, they're downright unethical, and Tony's Chocolonely is not afraid to call it out. Chocolate is enjoyed all around the globe, but the regions producing cocoa are subject to poverty and forced labor due to the demand to keep cocoa purchasing prices as low as possible for big chocolate distributors. Tony's is leading by example to do things differently. They're using 100% traceable beans, paying higher prices for their cocoa, and building strong relationships with their farmers in an effort balance the system. The fight to do good doesn't stop there though. Tony's also uses sustainable practices on their farms to protect the rainforest and improve agricultureal ecology.
responsible sourcingOn top of everything else they do, they've paid the Walk Free Foundation and Tulane University to research their value chain for any possibilities of forced labor or exploitation. They are constantly working to maintain their high standards and achieve something better for everyone.
supporting key causesTony's Chocolonely is a committed advocate for human rights. In addition to all of the hard work they're doing to end slave labor in the cocoa industry, they also work with their farms for at least 5 years to ensure longer term success for their farmers.
low carbon footprintTony's offsets their carbon emissions through Justdiggit.
recyclable packagingThe chocolate packaging is 100% recyclable.