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Over the past decade or more, the premium chocolate business has become fiercely competitive, as an ever-larger roster of specialty chocolate bar makers - Theo Chocolate, Dagoba, Equal Exchange, Endangered Species Chocolate and the like - have vied for limited grocery store shelf space.
INDIANAPOLIS, July 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- INDIANAPOLIS C Endangered Species Chocolate (ESC) is pleased to announce that Ryan Gomes has been promoted to Director of Sales.
Other companies already working with the Rainforest Alliance and exhibited at Expo West include: Endangered Species Chocolate, Naked Juice, Back to Nature, Seth Ellis and Justin's Nut Butter.
Today, for example, I am here with Endangered Species Chocolate to give a talk and to thank them for their support to the Ocean Conservancy.
Just in time for Easter, Indiana-based Endangered Species Chocolate Co.
Also, organic vegan chocolates are available from Dagoba, Endangered Species Chocolates, InterNatural Foods (Vivani dark chocolate and dark chocolate with orange), Mia Mahalo, Rapunzel Pure Organics (dark, bittersweet, and all semisweets), and Sjaak's Organic Chocolates (dark chocolate with or without almonds).
Organics, Omanhene Cocoa Bean Company Rapunzel Pure Organics and The Endangered Species Chocolate Company.
US company Endangered Species Chocolate is helping endangered animals with its new Belgian Milk Chocolate Bars packaged in wrappers featuring animals in danger of extinction.