Camino has launched a new product just in time for Easter: a milk chocolate bunny! This is the only Canadian brand to offer a Fairtrade and Organic-certified chocolate bunny nationally!
What a great way to be socially and environmentally responsible this Easter season, and to give our kids a chocolaty treat that is better for our health than the traditional chocolate bunnies of our generation's childhood. It is an all-natural food choice; in fact, it only has four ingredients and they are all certified as organic!
In addition, Camino has launched four new 100 gram chocolate bars this spring:
- Milk chocolate (38% cacao) with hazelnuts
- Milk chocolate (38% cacao) with butterscotch and sea salt
- Dark chocolate (65% cacao) with ginger
- Dark chocolate (65% cacao) with chili & spice (cinnamon, ginger and cayenne pepper)
See below for a photo of the four new flavours.
You can find the Camino bunny available at retailers all across Canada, including Loblaws with natural value sections, or buy it online here.
Or you can WIN IT! I have a gift basket of Camino products available to give away to one lucky Canadian Ultimate Chocolate Blog reader! The package is $25 in value and includes one Camino Milk Chocolate Bunny and four Camino chocolate bars (one of each of the new flavours!).
So how can you win? Add a Comment to this blog article below and tell me one reason why you like to buy organic and Fair Trade chocolate! I will choose a winner (by random software selection) in one week from now, on March 20th, 2013 at 9 p.m. EST, and the prize will be mailed before Easter! NOTE: If you are an iPad user, you may have trouble adding Comments to this page, and if that is the case, you can enter by posting your reason for buying Fair Trade and Organic Chocolate on this blog's Facebook page or on by tweeting it to @ultimatelychoc.
This is a Bunny of a Contest for chocolate lover's - so don't miss out! Add your Comment below now to enter! Tell us why you choose Fair Trade and Organic chocolate!
If you want to learn more about Fair Trade and Organic Chocolate Bars in Canada and the U.S., check out these two articles: