5 Free Endangered Species Chocolate Bar Giveaway
Since the holidays are fast approaching I decided to have a giveaway.
Well, the giveaway is over! I want to take this time to thank everyone who entered.
And the winner is Shelby Pelley from Newhall CA. Congratulations Shelly!
It’s that time of year when I can’t keep enough chocolate on hand. If I’m not out buying it for others then I’m definitely buying chocolate for myself!
Here’s a chance to enter our first Eco Friendly Green products Giveaway. The best part is: it’s absolutely, positively, undeniably FREE.
You can still check out these amazing chocolate bars. This brand is one of the best I have Ever had!
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Top of the Top
Are you familiar with Endangered Species Chocolate? This amazing company donates 10% of their net profits to partner organizations that support species conservation, habitat preservation and humanitarian efforts. Their current 10% GiveBack partners are African Wildlife Foundation and The Xerces Society.
Moreover, Endangered Species Chocolate commits a 3 year partnership with every 10% GiveBack Partner. At that time they search for new conservation nonprofits to support for another three years. Wow!
Made from the finest ingredients around!
Both the milk and dark chocolate bars and the bites are made with ethically traded, shade grown cacao and natural ingredients. What is more, they have the following certificates:
- Vegan Certified
- Gluten-Free Certified
- Orthodox Union Kosher
- USDA Organic Certified
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- Rainforest Alliance Certified Cocoa
Let’s Look at Specifics
Endangered Species Chocolate uses certified sustainable palm oil for their base as well as their velvety crème filling.
Cane Sugar: In 2002, Endangered Species Chocolate switched from using non-GMO beet sugar to 100% Non-GMO Project Verified cane sugar. This was in response to the U.S. sugar beet industry-wide conversion to GMO sugar beets. For more information about GMO’s see:
Soy Lecithin: A small amount of soy lecithin is needed as an emulsifier to hold the cocoa and cocoa butter together. Without lecithin the chocolate would be very gritty, difficult to mould and inclined to bloom.
Onward | Bars, Bites & Squares
There are over 30 types of chocolate bars, Bites and Squares. Now if I wrote close to a novel, I might be able to describe each one. Instead, I have decided to review the 5 Free Endangered Species Chocolate Bar Giveaways.
I am a huge fan of both dark chocolate and coconut, especially together. When I first seen this bar I had to buy it. Now the coconut crème is not overly sweet. So if you are a sweet coconut fan then this might not be the bar for you. However, the coconut créme-filling has a robust coconut flavor that highly complements the smooth chocolate.
This bar is beyond my expectations. Yummm!
Not like most bitter or dry dark chocolate that’s over 70% cocoa, this bar is delicately creamy and smooth. It has a light espresso bean flavor that comes with a slight buzz. It is perfect for coffee lovers or people always on the go. What a great pick-me-up And without the jitters.
The pumpkin spice with almond pairs well with the delightful sweet spicy flavors. It is perfectly spiced with the touch of bitter almond (not too bitter) and creamy dark chocolate.
A delight any time of year!
I have loved the pairing of chocolate and peppermint ever since I was a young tot. Except back then, there really wasn’t organic anything.
Is there a difference between the peppermint chocolate I had as a kid and the Penguin bar? Yes, I can really tell the difference in quality. This bar surpasses all the chocolate and peppermint treats I had as a kid. A mouthwatering delight.
I have to say that I have a very sensitive palate and can generally tell you every ingredient that touches my lips. The Dark Chocolate with Peppermint Crunch has small bits of peppermint that intertwine with the exceptional dark chocolate. Refreshing and enchanting.
What a great opportunity to try a true favorite combo. This bar reminds me of a box of chocolate covered cherries that I used to gorge in one sitting, only better.
The milk chocolate is incredibly creamy which is coupled with natural tart dried cherries. But unlike the old box of chocolate covered cherries, this bar is made to be savored very slowly.
To win the 5 Endangered Species Chocolate Bar Giveaway you need to enter by clicking the link below. Unfortunately, the giveaway is only open to US residents. The winner will be made known on Wednesday, November 12th.
If you are the winner then:
- You will be notified by mail
- You must respond with an address within 2 days or a new winner will be selected
On We Go
The Giveaway has started! Yippee
HEADS Up everyone! So far I have 12 entries but only one entry qualified. The remaining 11 people did not do the 2 required fields.
1) Fill in your email address and answer a question.
2) Leave a blog post Comment on this site; chose any article you want.
That’s it! I really want to give these amazing chocolate bars away! It isn’t that hard to qualify! Double 🙂
Here’s the link: a Rafflecopter giveaway
Feature picture: chocablog
Sea salt and lime crème filled dark chocolate: Go Dairy Free
Almond butter crème filled: The chocolate blog
Chocolate with Maca and Goji berries: My Morning Chocolate
Amazon for the remaining pictures