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Theo Classic Salted Almond Milk Chocolate

$3.99

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Theo's creamy milk chocolate mixed with chunks of almond and a dash of salt. USDA certified organic. 85g (3oz). Soy and Gluten Free.
Ingredients: Sugar, Cocoa Beans, Milk Powder, Cocoa Butter, Almonds, Pink Himalayan Sea Salt, Ground Vanilla Bean. ALLERGY INFORMATION: Contains Milk. Manufactured on shared equipment with products containing wheat, milk, eggs, peanuts and other nuts.

  PLANET POSITIVES:
+ USDA Certified Organic
+ IMO Fair for Life certified. Fair trade with growers ensures fair wages and ethical treatment of workers on the farm
+ Uses green energy sources to power their factory
+ Uses sustainable packaging and printing methods
+ Direct trade partnerships with growers cultivates sustainable agriculture and removes the economic and ecological wastes from broker dealers in the supply chain

PROFILE: Theo Chocolate

Theo Chocolate pioneered organic chocolate production in the US and was the first organic and fair trade chocolate factory in the country. As an artisan bean–to–bar producer, they carefully craft chocolate in small batches from organic and fair trade ingredients. Theo controls the entire chocolate manufacturing process from sourcing beans through to molding. This allows them to carefully scrutinize the ingredients for not only quality, but also adherence to their social and environmental standards. They also source ingredients locally whenever possible to minimize the carbon footprint of the supply chain.
Theo offers three main lines of bars: Classic, Origins, and Fantasy Flavor Bars. All are premium organic and fair trade bars made in small batches. Theo offers an impressive range of flavors and origins, from Cherry and Almond flavored bars to single–origin bars from Madagascar.
The company name comes from the Latin name for the cacao tree: Theobroma Cacao or Food of the Gods. The flavors may be out of this world, but at less than $5 a bar, the “food of the gods” is now available to ordinary mortals.