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February 04, 2010


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Did you mention Dagoba chocolate? Some, though not all, of their products are Fair Trade Certified, and all are organic. I don't know how the company will fare now they're a subsidiary of Hershey's, but their candy is good if you need a chocolate fix.


I love the Divine stuff - they make a children's bubble chocolate bar, which is so good to see. Here in France we have some good brands, including Alter'eco (love the punning name) and Max Haavelar, which are actually Dutch made, I think. They do great chocolate but haven't yet gone into Easter eggs, childrens' chocolate etc, so I stil get most of that from the UK.


Divine milk chocolate is divine; it has a slight vanilla-y taste.


Yes - I've tried Dagoba too. They have a lot of good flavors!


I adore Green & Black's! No other chocolate compares to their dark chocolate. In fact, since trying it, no chocolate tastes good (except for G&B's)

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