Life just got a fair bit sweeter with our organic milk chocolate range from Trade Aid in New Zealand. They're deliciously decadent, with a complex flavour that is lightly caramelised, cocoa rich, creamy and smooth. Made with Dominican Republic cocoa and Paraguayan golden cane sugar combined with New Zealand organic milk, and other ingredients hand grown by Fair Trade farming co-operatives in Sri Lanka, India and Palestine.
A unique and highly recognizable range, wrapped in compostable packaging featuring designs reflecting the places in the world where the ingredients are grown.
Choose from four delicious varieties in 100 gm bars, or buy a pack of one of each and save $4.
Pure Milk Chocolate
Creamy and smooth, lightly caramelised and cocoa rich.
With toasted Palestinian sweet almonds, toffee and a pinch of salt - a creamy nutty sensation with a delicate crunch.
Cardamom and Orange
Made with orange oil blended with aromatic cardamom spice from Podie in Sri Lanka - a wonderfully exotic taste experience.
With coconut from the producer group Fair Trade Alliance Kerala. A flavoursome and textural delight.
ISBN / Barcode: 9415705001275
Our chocolates are made with Dominican Republic cocoa, Paraguayan cane sugar, Sri Lankan spices and Palestinian nuts, all from small scale farmers.
I have been really happy with the purchases I have made and will definitely buy again from your organization.
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