Chocolate really can save lives of animals!
Endangered Species Chocolate has made a promise to help wild animals all over the world. 10 percent of each purchase of their products is designated to help a variety of foundations that preserve wildlife.They also have high quality standards that are Non-GMO Project Verified, Fair trade, Gluten-free, Kosher, Vegan Action and RSPO. With a huge commitment to the environment and the animals that inhabit it, they are making a big impact on endangered species one chocolate bar at a time.
Chocolate is a big part of every day of my life. I love chocolate. I am especially fond of dark chocolate. You can add nuts or caramel and I won’t mind, but sometimes I just love eating chocolate in any shape or form. I love rewarding my diet with a small piece of chocolate as dessert. Dark chocolate is so yummy and I would eat a whole bar if I let myself, but I really try to enjoy one piece at a time. I was thrilled to taste Endangered Species Chocolate because then my obsession with chocolate could end up saving lives of animals instead of just my day. I am always amazed at how just one piece of chocolate can make my day better.
Endangered Species Chocolate has made a commitment to donate 10% of the sale of this chocolate to helping wild animals around the world. A few of the foundations that have participated in this amazing endeavor are
- WILDLIFE CONSERVATION NETWORK
- AFRICAN WILDLIFE FOUNDATION
- SEE TURTLES
- CHIMP HAVEN
- RAINFOREST TRUST
No matter which wild animal species has claimed your heart you can eat chocolate and be apart of a movement to help them. I love that by simply buying this wonderful brand of chocolate, I can do something for wild animals that are in danger.
Endangered Species Chocolate has a variety of choices to choose from. They have milk chocolate bars, dark chocolate bars, chocolate spreads and bite-sized chocolates. On the inside of every wrapper is also some important information about the animal on the cover.
What is your favorite chocolate? Do you like chocolate with nuts or without?