Fair Trade Chocolate is Divine – Giveaway!

What could be better than chocolate? Chocolate that supports the farmers that grow the cocoa, of course!

45% of Divine Chocolate is owned by the Ghanaian farmers in the Kuapa Kokoo agricultural cooperative. Farmers not only benefit from Fair Trade cocoa prices, they also recieve a share in Divine Chocolate’s profits and have meaningful input in company decisions.

In addition, Kuapa Kokoo has invested its Fair Trade income in building schools, sinking wells for clean drinking water to villages, providing mobile medical clinics for farmers in remote growing regions, and fostering women’s income generation projects to help women earn additional income for their families when the cocoa season is over.

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WIN! Leave a comment for a chance to win a Divine gift basket packed with Fair Trade chocolate bars! Winner will be announced on July 13.

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Please email Samantha at samanthas@care2team.com to claim your gift basket. Thanks to everyone who entered!


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Magdalen B.
Magdalen B.4 years ago

It is very good chocolate, quite delicious. If only it weren't fattening too :(

anna c.
anna calli4 years ago

non sempre riesco a trovare il cioccolato di divine, mi piace molto :D

A. G.
Angelita G.4 years ago

Awesome! Buying Fair Trade chocolate is a win/win! :D

Taylor Svete
Taylor Svete4 years ago

I'll have to try that chocolate (:

Patricia Hughes
Patricia Hughes4 years ago

I love Divine Dark Chocolate.

robin d.
robin d.4 years ago

these farmers are a great example for others who are now exploited. hopefully they will reach out to others and help end the slavery in the chocolate industry.

Victoria P.

Thanks for sharing!:)

Vicki P.
Victoria P.4 years ago

Thanks for the Divine chocolate

Patrick D.
Patrick D.5 years ago

Divine chocolate is delicious, and as one of the largest farmer-owned brands out there, they're a real pioneer pushing the boundaries of Fair Trade. Love their "Ask a Farmer" series, too!