Dinner guests can ease their conscience about global inequalities over coffee while they enjoy new Divine After Dinner Mints.
The peppermint fondue-centred dark chocolate squares are the latest Fairtrade product from The Day Chocolate Company, and as usual, a co-operative of Ghanian cocoa farmers will profit from sales of the line.
Sophi Tranchell, the company’s managing director, said: “Our aim, as always, is to
create as many tempting ways as possible to enjoy Divine chocolate, and in turn, more ways to vote for fairer trading policies with developing countries.” The 200g boxes (rsp: £2.99) are being sold at Oxfam while The Day Chocolate Company also aims to secure listings with the major multiples.
The new line joins Divine 100g chocolate bars, mini eggs, golden coins, drinking chocolate and Advent calendars.
Divine white chocolate currently appears in the latest Hill Station flavour, Passion Fruit and White Chocolate, and The Day Chocolate Company is set to produce further Divine ice cream flavours in the future.