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Making a Difference through Ethical Chocolate

Colombian children holding a cocoa pod

With a focus on caring for our environment, and respecting people and community, as a British producer of delicious flavour infused and origin chocolates, we believe strongly in responding to consumer changes in a way that is respectful of the planet.

In recent years, we’ve chosen to have all our dark chocolate, registered with The Vegan Society, so our customers can be assured of its suitability for a vegan diet. The beauty of dark chocolate is that it is made without the addition of milk as an ingredient, meaning it is ideal for those who follow a vegan diet as well as a possible alternative for those with a sensitivity to dairy.

Our single origin collection, combines both country of origin and percentage of cocoa solids, ensuring as broad an appeal as possible. Each bar in the collection is infused with different flavourings to ensure an exception chocolate tasting experience.

Our recent introduction of the oat m!lk range has been extremely popular, especially with those who follow a plant based diet. Experimenting with flavours, the Choc Affair team has worked hard to create beautiful aromatic plant based confectionery with something for everyone to enjoy.

Four Oat M!lk Chocolate Bars

Our vision over the next couple of years is to continue to create exciting new flavours in our mil, dark and oat m!lk collections, whilst making sure we stand by our brand values; investing in the cocoa-growing communities from where we source our chocolate, continuing to choose packaging which can be recycled responsibly and as we start to grow again, offering employment to those who would otherwise struggle to access the workplace.

For you, our customers and fellow chocoholics, you can be assured that we will continue to work hard to bring you ethical and quality chocolate, handmade in Britain. With every small step forward, we are close to fulfilling our dream as a small independent family-run business in being able to make a difference through chocolate.

If you have any ideas for flavours that you’d personally love to taste in chocolate, why not send us them to consider,  and you never know, we may launch one of them. To get in touch, click here.

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