Endangered Species Panther, Natural Dark Chocolate Squares (88% Cocoa), 10-Count Individually Wrapped Pieces (Pack of 6)

Endangered Species Chocolate combines ethically-sourced, great tasting chocolate with a promise to support at-risk species.  Each premium chocolate bar carries their promise of donating 10% of net profits annually to wildlife organizations that help protect the animals featured on their chocolate wrappers. Past and present partners include African Wildlife Foundation, The Xerces Society, National Wildlife

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Endangered Species Chocolate combines ethically-sourced, great tasting chocolate with a promise to support at-risk species.  Each premium chocolate bar carries their promise of donating 10% of net profits annually to wildlife organizations that help protect the animals featured on their chocolate wrappers. Past and present partners include African Wildlife Foundation, The Xerces Society, National Wildlife Federation and The Ocean Conservancy. Get ready to indulge in a cause!.

Product Features

  • Pack of 6 pouches, each pouch contains 10 individually wrapped 0.35-ounce pieces; (60 pieces total)
  • Made with ethically traded, sustainably grown cocoa; certified vegan, Non-GMO, gluten-free, kosher
  • 10% of net profits from the sale of this product are donated to support wildlife conservation efforts
  • Individually wrapped; 88% cocoa content
  • Made in Indianapolis, Indiana U.S.A.

Comments

Xiaoyun Chen "chennn" says:

a little bit too dry for me I like the bitterness of this chocolate. its texture however was a little bit too dry for me. even when you place it in your mouth for 1 min, it remained pretty hard and when you chew or bite on it, it kind of crumbles instead of ‘flows’. that’s my only complaint. i’ve had 88% dark chocolate that had better texture.

Catherine Alexander says:

Old/improperly stored chocolate that tastes bad! I received the six boxes of this chocolate just a few days after I ordered it from Amazon. Testing it before I gave it away as Harvest favors, I was VERY disappointed to find that it was compromised, either it was old or it was improperly stored. The first piece had an old, tasteless, even bad flavor! I opened a few to see if it was an exception rather than the rule, but they had the same discoloration often seen on chocolate that is either old or not stored properly. I am trying to return it…

Ellie says:

Yummy for bitter-chocoholics These are divine if you like bitter chocolate. And to boot, it’s the healthiest chocolate you could eat – lots of antioxidants, no animal products (vegan), no gluten, supports endangered species, etc.

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