Belgian dark chocolate (Oxfam Fair Trade) 50g

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Belgian dark chocolate with cane sugar . Minimum 48% cocoa.

Sourced from Ecookim (Ivory Coast) & La Felsina (Paraguay).

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Belgian dark chocolate (48%) from Oxfam Fair Trade is certified by Fairtrade International. Available in 50g snack bars.

Delicious, smooth chocolate that’ll make you melt! Minimum 48% cocoa solids means that it’s dark but not so dark that milk chocolate lovers are typically put off. A nice vegan, “middle ground” bar! Absolutely delicious with coffee. One of our best-sellers, and the perfect snack size at only 50g. Why not bring a couple on your next camping trip, or keep a few at the office for a quick energy boost?

100% vegan and dairy-free. If you prefer a milk chocolate instead, check out the snack-sized Belgian milk chocolate bar.

Save 15% when you get a bundle of 6!

Ingredients: Fairtrade cane sugar, Fairtrade cocoa mass, Fairtrade cocoa butter, soy lecithin (emulsifier). Cocoa solids: minimum 48%.

Product details

  • Name: Dark Chocolate
  • Product: Dark chocolate bar
  • Category: Dark chocolate
  • Brand: Oxfam Fair Trade
  • Certifications: Fairtrade International
  • Item weight: 50g
  • Origin country: Ivory Coast (Côte d’Ivoire), Paraguay
  • Cooperatives: Ecookim (Ivory Coast), La Felsina (Paraguay)
  • Package details: Foil wrapper inside paper wrapper.
  • Details: Decadent, rich Belgian dark chocolate without any of the distracting frills! Our customers consistently rave about this dark chocolate. On the lighter side of dark chocolate, but also vegan and dairy-free. These bars are 50 grams and perfect for snacking.

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Weight 48 g
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1 review for Belgian dark chocolate (Oxfam Fair Trade) 50g

  1. Siavash Ghazvinian (verified owner)

    Really good chocolate. Vegan-friendly.

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  1. November 9, 2020

    Do you know if this is the same chocolate that used to be sold by Oxfam?

    Thanks for your question! This chocolate is made by Oxfam Fair Trade, under their new "Bite to Fight" campaign. Rosette imports it directly from Oxfam Fair Trade, as their headquarters is in Belgium. Our understanding is that their recipe hasn't changed in some years, only the wrapper. Hope this helps!

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