Tony’s Chocolonely and Ben & Jerry’s join forces to make chocolate 100% slave free
The wait is over for Ben & Jerry’s and Tony’s Chocolonely lovers as an indulgent new collab hits Kiwi shelves just in time for summer.
In a match made in changemaker heaven, ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s has joined forces with Tony’s Chocolonely, the chocolate-making impact company, in its mission to end modern slavery and child labour in the chocolate industry.
Falling bar over spoon for each other in a ‘Chocolate Love A-Fair’, the two brands have celebrated their commitment with their flavour gurus making sweet treats inspired by each other.
Hitting chillers in New Zealand from mid-October is Ben & Jerry’s Chocolatey Love A-Fair, a decadent new ice cream based on Tony’s milk chocolate caramel sea salt, and featuring chocolatey ice cream full of salted caramel swirls, caramel chunks and sea salt fudge chunks.
Also set to tickle those tastebuds are two new Tony’s bars inspired by Ben & Jerry’s fan favourites: Dark Milk Brownie, a moreish combination of dark milk chocolate and brownie pieces; and White Strawberry Cheesecake, with white cheesecake-style chocolate, sticky strawberries and crumbly cookie pieces.
Known for their shared passion for social justice, the Chocolate Love A-Fair between these two impact companies isn’t just a sweet deal for fans, but for cocoa farmers too. For more information, click here.