Enjoy an ethical Easter with Tony’s Chocolonely
Chocolate lovers can indulge with a clear conscience this Easter, with ethically made Easter treats from Tony’s Chocolonely.
Fans of lemon meringue and all things lemony will be hopping for joy over Tony’s Chocolonely new limited edition Milk Chocolate Lemon Meringue Bar. An Easter egg in a bar, this mouth-watering combination of flavours includes Fairtrade milk chocolate, crispy meringue pieces - made from free range eggs of course, and a hint of lemon sour.
Also back after last year’s sell-out introduction, Tony’s Chocolonely Egg-stra Special Chocolate Eggs come in a brightly packaged egg carton made of recyclable cardboard. These delectable mini morsels come in five tempting flavours - milk chocolate, dark chocolate, milk chocolate caramel sea salt, milk chocolate hazelnut and dark chocolate almond sea salt. In keeping with the same ethos as Tony’s Chocolonely regular chocolate bars, the flavours are un-egg-qually divided amongst the 12 eggs to represent the current inequalities in the chocolate industry.
Rebecca Caughey, from distributors Cook & Nelson, says Tony’s Chocolonely’s ethically made Easter treats are not only incredibly tasty, but can be enjoyed guilt free.
“Tony’s Chocolonely make chocolate with a mission to end exploitation in the cocoa industry. With their Easter range you not only get incredibly delicious chocolate but you can feel good about what you put in your Easter basket.”