Celebrate Easter with Divine fairtrade Chocolate
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It’s easy to celebrate Easter with your conscience intact with Divine this year!
Divine are one of the leading manufacturers of fairtrade chocolate. With a new-look website to launch their Easter range, there are plenty of goodies to choose from.
My favourite remains their milk chocolate mini egg handbag. I love this design, it’s so quirky and appeals to my eccentric nature!
Divine is both Fairtrade, and co-owned by the farmers who supply the ‘best of the best’ cocoa.
For the first time in the history of chocolate, the farmers that grow the cocoa have a significant share of the wealth they are creating.
Divine doesn’t just pay a Fairtrade price. Divine also invests 2% of turnover in a producer support programme that has supported the farmers’ democratic organisation and helped them build their business.
But most important, for the past three years the farmers have enjoyed dividends from the brand they own.
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New for this year is Divine’s Milk Chocolate Easter Egg with 6 Hand Finished Milk Chocolate Marc de Champagne Truffles.
It’s a truly decadent product for chocolate lovers looking for both high quality products and ethical credentials.
This Easter Egg comes beautifully packaged in gold foil topped with a chocolate-brown ribbon and sitting in a powder blue case. The box is stunningly adorned with traditional West African motifs called Adinkra symbols.
If that’s not enough for you, every order comes with a free Dubble Easter egg and moreish speckled eggs. So there’s more than enough to go ’round this year! Why not check out their lovely recipes and see what divine treats you can create this Easter?
What about you? Which is your favourite organic or fairtrade Easter egg?
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