Tony's Chocolonely White Raspberry Popping Candy Bar

£3.99

Break out your disco balls because our new white raspberry popping candy bar is here to get the party started! We mixed creamy, dreamy white chocolate with raspberry and some popping candy to really make this bar pop.

Belgian fairtrade white chocolate with freeze-dried raspberry and popping sugar. cocoa solids: 28% minimum. produced in belgium with cocoa butter from ivory coast.

Ingredients: sugar, cocoa butter, dried whole milk, 2.70% raspberry, 2.00% popping candy (glucose syrup, sugar, carbon dioxide), emulsifier (soya lecithin)

May contain traces of Nuts, Peanuts, Eggs and Gluten.

 

Tonys Chocolonely have been striving for the past 16 years to make 100% slave free the norm in chocolate.

They’ve developed their own recipe for slave free cocoa with five ingredients; enabling the farmers to make a decent living, ensuring that they know exactly where their beans come from and working with farmers to eliminate the abuses in the industry!

Aware of the challenges of trying to change the cocoa industry they will keep going till their mission of slave free chocolate across the industry has been accomplished

Regular price £3.99

Break out your disco balls because our new white raspberry popping candy bar is here to get the party started! We mixed creamy, dreamy white chocolate with raspberry and some popping candy to really make this bar pop.

Belgian fairtrade white chocolate with freeze-dried raspberry and popping sugar. cocoa solids: 28% minimum. produced in belgium with cocoa butter from ivory coast.

Ingredients: sugar, cocoa butter, dried whole milk, 2.70% raspberry, 2.00% popping candy (glucose syrup, sugar, carbon dioxide), emulsifier (soya lecithin)

May contain traces of Nuts, Peanuts, Eggs and Gluten.

 

Tonys Chocolonely have been striving for the past 16 years to make 100% slave free the norm in chocolate.

They’ve developed their own recipe for slave free cocoa with five ingredients; enabling the farmers to make a decent living, ensuring that they know exactly where their beans come from and working with farmers to eliminate the abuses in the industry!

Aware of the challenges of trying to change the cocoa industry they will keep going till their mission of slave free chocolate across the industry has been accomplished