Divine Chocolate launches cappuccino chocolate bar

Fairtrade company Divine Chocolate, which is co-owned by cocoa farmers, has launched a cappuccino chocolate bar.

The new cappuccino bar has a smooth milk chocolate base layer topped with creamy white chocolate, all made with pure cocoa butter and real Madagascan vanilla. Both rich chocolate layers are blended with Cafédirect Fairtrade Machu Picchu coffee.

The cocoa in Divine chocolate is grown in Ghana by Kuapa Kokoo, the co-operative of cocoa farmers who own 44% of the company. Co-ownership means the cocoa farmers receive a share of the profits they help to create, while you share the chocolate pleasure.

All Divine’s ingredients are sourced from Fairtrade producers around the world. The chocolate is sweetened with sugar from Kasinthula, a Fairtrade co-operative in Malawi and flavoured with vanilla from Fairtrade farmers in Madagascar. Cafédirect Machu Picchu coffee is grown by small holder farmers in the Andes. The coffee beans are handpicked and only harvested when ripe to produce a rich flavour with distinctive dark chocolate.

The new Divine cappuccino bar is free from palm oil, GMO ingredients, artificial flavourings, colourings and preservatives.

The cappuccino bar joins the Divine chocolate range of grab and go bars in premium flavour varieties. The dark chocolate with caramel, milk chocolate with caramel and orange milk chocolate bars have been redesigned with colourful wrappers.

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