Endangered Species Chocolate isn't only sweet treats with cute animals on the packaging. Nope. They donate 10 percent of their net profits to support organizations involved in the conservation of species, habitat and humanity. This chocolate company believes all life is precious and deserves respect, kindness, and care. This Reverence for Life ethic is at the heart of their business practices.
They use cocoa that is 100 percent ethically traded. Grown in forests in Nigeria, the farmers determine a fair price for their cocoa crops. By buying Endangered Species chocolate, you support sustainable forest farmland and the species that flourish there.
Now let's get to the chocolate. They make 3 oz bars, named after different endangered animals. My favorites are the sea turtle bar, made with dark chocolate and dried blueberries, and the wolf bar, made with dark chocolate, dried cranberries, and almonds.
They also have amazing milk chocolate like the dolphin bar made with dried cherries. If you're a white chocolate fan, they make the polar bear bar made with macadamia nuts. For something different, try the Eco Rounds, yum!
Their chocolate is really reasonably priced too. Look for it in your local health food store. You'll feel good knowing you're treating yourself while helping to support the world and its creatures.