Tony's Chocolonely 70% Dark Chocolate- Vegan

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Together we'll make chocolate 100% slave free

Why Are Tony's so incredible, Chocolate that tastes and feels so so good. 

Tony's vision is 100% slave-free chocolate. Not just our chocolate, but all chocolate worldwide. Our bars are large, chunky and unequally divided. Tony's Chocolonely is a B-Corp and Fairtrade certified.
The taste isnt just incredibly delicious, the mission and transparency of the company is inspiring. 
We are incredibly grateful for Tony's being a pinoneering change against slave labour which exists all over the world but is mostly exploited within the worlds most vulberable places, they are demanding change, practicing change, showing how paying above fair trade rates is the fairest and most economical for everybody. One of our favourite aspects at Zero is how truly they care by sharing the trade details as they actively encourage people to follow their fair practice as they need slave labour to end, and they need their unqiue honesty in business to become the norm for a safer and kinder planet. This is a company we are proud to support. 
This bar contains at least 70% cacao. Se-ven-ty! This means we use a lot of cocoa beans.. This dark chocolate delicacy is designed for the true chocolate lover.

182 impact beans

We've used 182 cocoa beans for this product.

Belgian dark chocolate. cocoa solids: 70% minimum. made in belgium.


cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa powder, soylecithin
May contain traces of Tree nuts, Milk, Peanuts, Eggs and Wheat.

nutrition facts.

6 servings per bar
Serving size 1/6 bar (30 g)
Amount per serving
Calories 170
% Daily Value*
Fat 13.0 gram 16%
Saturated Fat 8.0 gram 38%
Trans Fat 0.0 gram  
Cholesterol 0.0 gram 0%
Sodium 0.0 gram 0%
Carbohydrates 12.0 gram 4%
Fibres 4.0 gram 15%
Total Sugars 8.0 gram  
Incl. Added Sugars8.0 gram 16%
Salt 0.01 gram  
Protein 2.0 gram  
Potassium 220 mg 4%
Iron 5 mg 25%
Calcium 20 mg 0%
Vitamin D 0 mg 0%
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.