Dutch chocolate maker Tony’s Chocolonely is crazy about chocolate, and serious about people. The company on a mission to make all chocolate worldwide 100% slave-free recently introduced new flavors of chocolate.
Wrapped in bright pink, the White Raspberry Popping Candy features 28% white chocolate with fruity pieces of raspberry, a generous scoop of popping candy, and fully traceable cocoa butter. In yellow wrapping, the Milk Chocolate Honey Almond Nougat features 32% milk chocolate with bits of sticky, sweet nougat made from honey and almonds.
In 2016, Tony’s Chocolonely and Barry Callebaut signed a partnership agreement. Barry Callebaut has made major changes in the chocolate factory to traceably process Tony’s cocoa butter, installing a special cocoa butter tank and new pipes especially for Tony’s so traceable cocoa butter could be used in the chocolate-making process.
The company’s bars can be found at New Seasons, Whole Foods, Stop and Shop, Natural Grocers, and many other stores nationwide, typically selling for $5.49 per bar.
Tony’s Chocolonely has been fighting for slave-free chocolate since 2005. It buys cocoa beans directly from partner cooperatives in Ghana and the Ivory Coast and work intensively with them.