Divine Fairtrade Christmas #Giveaway:
I know it’s only the start of November, and I know Christmas planning seems to start earlier and earlier each year. But, when I met up with the lovely people from Divine Chocolate at Salon du Chocolat and mentioned how pleased I had been with their last giveaway, we agreed it would be great to run another one for Christmas. After all, everyone NEEDS chocolate at Christmas.
This particular Gift Set includes a whole range of wonderful Christmassy treats.
- 70% Dark Chocolate Christmas Trees 100g
- White Chocolate Christmas Trees 100g
- Milk Chocolate Christmas Trees 100g
- 70% Dark Chocolate Coins 70g
- Dark Chocolate Mint Thins 200g
- Dark Chocolate Ginger Thins 200g
- Milk Chocolate & Orange Bar 100g
- 70% Dark Chocolate ginger and orange 100g
It retails at £33.00 – not bad for a collection of chocolates that should keep even the hungriest family happy over the Holiday season.
So, although there’s a part of me that just wants to put off thinking about Christmas for at least another few weeks, I do recognise the benefit of shopping early for Christmas. I’m starting this particular giveaway now so that everyone gets a chance to enter – and to check out the Divine website and order everything they need in plenty of time. I’d encourage everyone to consider buying from Divine – not only do they sell Fairtrade chocolate, but they have a unique business model – 45% of the Divine company is owned by the farmers themselves. Think of it as chocolate without the guilt. Membership of the co-operative Kuapa Kokoo that provides Divine Cocoa Beans is around 65,000 farmers from 1,400 village societies in Ghana. They invest the profit from the chocolate back into their own communities, improving water supplies, health, education and sanitation and ensuring that issues of child labour are managed properly.
That’s special don’t you think? What’s more it tastes really good too!
If you’d like a chance to win this fabulous chocolate hamper, all you need to do is answer the question in the Rafflecopter and follow through as many of the optional entries as you want.
To learn more about Divine Chocolate and browse their range, just head over to the Divine Chocolate website.