UK-based manufacturer, Divine Chocolate, has launched a new Fairtrade cappuccino flavoured bar.
Designed as a treat-sized product, it features real coffee pieces and is free from palm oil, GMO ingredients, artificial flavourings, colourings and preservatives.
The new Cappuccino bar has been designed to look just like its namesake, with smooth milk chocolate base layer topped with creamy white chocolate, all made with pure cocoa butter and real Madagascan vanilla.
Both its chocolate layers are blended with Cafédirect Fairtrade Machu Picchu coffee.
The company’s chocolate is made with pure cocoa grown in Ghana by Kuapa Kokoo, the co-operative of cocoa farmers who own 44% of the Divine business. Co-ownership means the cocoa farmers receive a share of the profits they help to create, while you share the chocolate pleasure.
Cafédirect Machu Picchu coffee is grown by smallholder farmers on some of the steepest slopes in the Andes, overlooking the famous Inca ruins of Machu Picchu.
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