Attention all Choco-holics! This philanthropic candy company gives back to help endangered animals, and we are so, utterly, obsessed. Here's everything you need to know about Endangered Species Chocolate.
Is there anything better than chocolate? Yes, some of us can't get through the day without at least a little of the sweet, gooey, deliciousness of chocolate. From a simple candy bar to everyone's favorite Christmas beverage, the cozy hot chocolate, to even chocolate-infused food & drinks, this sweet cacao product truly is what makes the world go round.
So, what if I told you, you can eat chocolate and save animals at the same time? (That sounds like a double win to us!)
Disclaimer: This article may cause sudden chocolate cravings.
Introducing Endangered Species Chocolate (ESC), the chocolate bar that gives back. Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, this amazing candy company is all about authenticity. ESC started with two goals in mind: to craft premium chocolate and to take part in wildlife conservation. (They are still crushing it may I add!)
With everything from milk chocolate and dark chocolate bars, to baking chips, to single servings perfect for smart indulging, ESC has got you covered. They also use the best ingredients, like real oat milk; American-grown cranberries, blueberries, and other fruits; fair trade cane sugar; and of course, real bittersweet chocolate with no fillers or additives; among many other good-for-you stuff. They also promise no artificial sweeteners or additives. Their crave-worthy products are also certified Fairtrade, non-GMO, gluten-free, and kosher. Some of them are even certified vegan.
And most of all, the best part of eating this chocolate has to be that you are also helping animals in the process , as they donate a whopping 10% of their annual net profits to all sorts of wildlife conservation organizations through their GiveBack partners. YAS! We really do love any way of helping animals!
Honestly, we are just mind-blown at all the mouthwatering options ESC offers - From their Hazelnut Toffee + Dark Chocolate, to their Tart Raspberries + Dark Chocolate, to the sweet and spicy Cinnamon, Cayenne & Cherries + Dark Chocolate bar, we guarantee you there's something for everyone.
We cannot rave enough about this company. When you are eating something that not only tastes good, but is good for animals, that, my friend, is WINNING. Find out more at https://www.chocolatebar.com/.
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