Organic chocolate is chocolate which has been certified organic. As of
2016, it was a growing sector in the global chocolate industry.
organic chocolate is a socially-desirable product for some
consumers. Major brands, such as The Hershey Company, have begun
to produce organic chocolate.
Many, if not most, producers of organic chocolate source their
ingredients from certified fair trade cocoa farms and cooperatives.
Organic chocolate comes in many varieties, including milk chocolate,
white chocolate, and dark chocolate. Major brands of organic chocolate
include Britain-based Green & Black's, Hershey-owned Dagoba
Chocolate, and Equal Exchange. Less-known retailers include Taza
Chocolate, Pacari Chocolate, and Sacred Chocolate, a brand noted for
producing raw chocolate.
Environmental impact of cocoa production
Fair trade cocoa
Tropical rainforest conservation
Types of chocolate
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