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“Classier than Hugh's Divine!”

published 30/03/2004

Tastes delicious, classy wrapper, Fair Trade

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Unlike Hugh Grant I didn't meet Divine on a kerbside in LA, instead I was mooching in The Body Shop browsing their body butters and natural soaps. Waiting behind a couple of people in the queue to pay my eyes started wandering over the counter and I noticed a box of chocolate bars. Chocolate bars...

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DELICIOUS, RICH, FAIR TRADE CHOCOLATE

Moorish enough to eat the lot...

This chocolate is a purely indulgent treat. A group of farmers in Ghana formed the Kuapa Kokoo under which they asked fair trade price for their farmed cocoa in 1993, however by 1997 they decided that rather than going for a niche market they would go out against mainstream brands. I have been...

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Excellent

Nice chocolate with the cocoa producers getting a ...

Expensive

With the advent of Fairtrade Fortnight not so long ago (March 1st - 14th 2004) I tried to do my bit and bought a few Fairtrade products to help the cause. Top of my list, as always, was a bar of milk chocolate and I happened upon the Heavenly Divine Milk Chocolate bar while doing my shopping in...

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“Not so Divine”

published 16/03/2006

Value for money, quality wrapper

Promises, promises

"Divine" chocolate is made by The Day Chocolate Company which was set up by a co-operative of farmers from Ghana with the help of Twin Trading, Comic Relief, The Body Shop and Christian Aid. The company pays it's suppliers (i.e. the cocoa farmers) a fair price for their products and also...

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Excellent

Soft, rich and indulgent!

Quality costs that little bit more.

Thanks to all those who have made comments on my review – I hadn’t noticed that I had posted the wrong product. So, here is the revised edition featuring both the chocolate bars and the drinking chocolate (it’s too good not to include!) From my ‘about me’ profile, you will know that I have a...

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Excellent

“Heavenly choc bar”

published 13/03/2008

It taste wonderful

you may want to eat too much

I am a chocaholic . When I saw this bar I couldnt resist trying it. The packaging is very appealing and has changed from the plain gold to a brown wrapper with gold squiggles and hearts on it. It is very classy with Divine written in gold with a heart in place of the v. Under this is written...

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“yummy!”

published 05/03/2007

delicious

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I am a bit of a chocolate fiend and so when I was wandering the aisle at Co-op I noticed a bar of chocolate in a gold foil and a blue wrapper...I was curious about the logo marked fairtrade...I read through the information about the organisation and thought it sounded expensive, however,when I...

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