Mmmmmm chocolate. New arrival at Ethical Superstore this week is Green & Black’s organic cherry chocolate.
Did you know? Chocolate was created by the Mesoamerican civilization, and cultivated by Mayans and Aztecs. The word ‘chocolate’ originates from a Nahuatl word meaning “bitter water”.
If you’re not a fan of cherries, check out the rest of the chocolate on the site. Our best sellers are Green & Black’s and Divine. Green & Black’s is organic and is suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans. Green & Black’s Maya Gold is both Fairtrade, and organic.
Divine chocolate is made with Fairtrade cocoa beans from Kuapa Kokoo – a cooperative of smallholder farmers in Ghana. Buying fair trade chocolate supports farming co-operatives in countries like Ghana, Nepal and Bolivia.
Oh, and I can vouch for Green & Blacks Cherry being one of the most mouth wateringly delicious chocolates I’ve had all week.
In our house we mainly eat Green & Black’s 70%, but this week we have mostly been eating Green & Black’s 85%, which must rank as the most hardcore dark chocolate there is. Last week, I also got myself some of the white chocolate (very nice – like a very posh Milky Bar), and the
fruit and nut raisin and hazelnut, which I’ll try and report back on next week.
All of this in the name of research…