Endangered Species Chocolate: About:

Endangered Species Chocolate combines two of my favorite things, animals and chocolate. I felt so honored to team up with them and do a review plus giveaway. Please be on the lookout for the giveaway because it is going to be very special!

Starting out as a humble chocolate company nestled in the Oregon’s Rogue Valley in 1993, Endangered Species Chocolate was created to spread awareness and make an impact on the growing number of plant and animal species disappearing from the Earth.  We began with a line of twelve all-natural chocolate bars that sold well in small natural food stores across the northwest.  Today, we are one of the leaders in natural and organic chocolate manufacturing.  With more than 30 all-natural and organic products, our chocolates can now be found in large and small natural and conventional grocers throughout the U.S.A. and Canada.   Based now in Indianapolis, Indiana, we remain privately-owned and operated and are inspired to expand on the original ideals that started this company.

Who are we?  Endangered Species Chocolate is a mission-driven company that is passionate about chocolate and the environment.   We are fully committed to providing premium, all-natural, ethically traded, naturally shade grown chocolate products.  Endangered Species Chocolate confirms that all beans used in its products are purchased from family-owned properties where the income benefits the community.  10% of our net profits are donated to fund species and habitat conservation efforts.  Savor chocolate.  Save our planet.

Endangered Species Chocolate- My Review:

I received the Dark Halloween Treats, Dark Chocolate with Cranberries and Almonds Bar, Dark Chocolate with Forest Mint, and a Milk Chocolate Bar.

My favorite was definitely the Dark Chocolate with Cranberries and Almonds. It had a great ratio of nuts to fruit and every bite you took had a little of each in it. No skimping here. I also liked that each bar was sectioned into little squares, giving you the ability to control your portion size. The halloween treats were really good and they were just the right size for a quick chocolate fix. I wasn’t to crazy about the Chocolate and Mint, even though that is one of my favorite combinations. I didn’t feel the mint was powerful enough. The milk chocolate bar was good as well. I loved the creaminess of it.

My favorite part about this candy was not the taste, texture or even the flavor. It was the fact they donate 10% of their sales to  fund species and habitat conservation efforts. I have said before we are environmentally concious here since my oldest daughter wants to be a botanist. Animals, also, have a dear place in my heart. So- I am behind their efforts one hundred percent!

Please check them out at their website HERE. You can friend them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter.

Till We Dish Again,



{I received samples of Endangered Species Chocolate for review. I received no monetary compensation and all thoughts and opinions are my own.}

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Bobbie is a handbag addict who has a passion for product reviews, tech, and food. Her first loves are her daughters, Dakotah and Alianna. Her second loves are bacon and coffee. Lots of bacon and coffee.

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