What’s better than chocolate? Free, organic chocolate.Posted by Donna Freedman on Mar 30, 2012 | 150 comments
My friend Linda B.’s doctor has advised her to eat an ounce of dark chocolate daily. I wish I could get a prescription like that.
Whoever wins this week’s giveaway will be a healthier person because the prize is a trio of organic, fair-trade chocolate bars made right here in Seattle.
The goodies are from Theo Chocolate, a company hat received the “Fair for Life” label by “certifying our entire supply chain from the farmers through to Theo’s business practices and factory.”
The company sources locally whenever possible (obviously, the cocoa beans comes from somewhere else) and uses green energy sources and sustainable packaging and printing techniques.
Here’s what this week’s winner will receive:
- Ultimate Dark Chocolate (85% cacao)
- Mint Dark Chocolate (70% cacao)
- Spicy Chile Dark Chocolate (70% cacao)
Each bar weighs 3 ounces. And according to the label the contents are not only “rich in cocoa polyphenols” but also “suitable for vegans.” That means they’re super-healthy, right?
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The deadline is 9 p.m. PST Tuesday, April 3. If I don’t hear back from the winner by Thursday morning, April 5, I’ll pull another name.