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Endangered Species Chocolate

The snack that gives back
We’re a premium chocolate maker on a mission. Our 10% GiveBack donations turn your chocolate cravings into wildlife support. Our Giveback 10% of our net profits are donated annually to current 10% GiveBack Partners; each is guaranteed a minimum annual donation of $10,000 and is free to use the funds on projects they deem most important. With over $1.3 million generated in the past three years alone, each chocolate purchase adds up to big support that helps wildlife thrive. Fairtrade Endangered Species Chocolate has an established history of working with cocoa farmers in West Africa, supporting growers that commit to high standards for quality and ethical trade. Now, Endangered Species Chocolate is expanding that support with the transparent reporting resources of Fairtrade International, resulting in the first American-made chocolate using fully traceable cocoa from West Africa. Non-GMO Project Verified This seal verifies that our chocolate is produced according to rigorous best practices of GMO avoidance. The Non-GMO Project and Endangered Species Chocolate respects your right to know what’s in the food you’re eating and the products you’re buying. Vegan Action Many of our dark chocolate selections are Certified Vegan® by Vegan Action. This certification provides vegans an easy-to-recognize symbol signifying than an item contains no animal products and is not tested on animals. Please note that Vegan Certification is not an allergen certification. If you have dairy allergies, please refer to the allergen statement located on the ingredient panel of our chocolate products.

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