Hunt down an organic egg this Easter
We’ve gathered together some of the chocolatiest Easter eggs around, from the Egg-stravagent to the Egg-ceptional.
Did you know, when you chose organic chocolate, you can be sure that it contains no artificial colours & preservatives? Organic food comes from trusted sources. All organic farms and food companies are inspected at least once a year and the standards for organic food are laid down in European law.
A family favourite, you can’t go wrong with this thick-shelled organic milk chocolate egg from Green & Black's, and they are two-for-one, bonus.
A little bit of Easter egg luxury – Booja Booja are truffle experts, and these are hazlenut truffles are no exception, hidden inside a papier-mache egg that was hand painted by artists in Kashmir.
Organic chocolate eggs AND organic chocolate buttons, if you’re looking for an Easter egg for children and adults this is a guaranteed hit.
Dark chocolate coupled with honeycomb and wildflower honey – what’s not to love?
Ok, so this one isn't an Easter egg, but for something a little tangier - this sweet yet rich tangerine bar is a more uplifting version of the classic chocolate/citrus combination.
This marbled, creamy milk choc Easter bunny is super cute, but more importantly is made of solid chocolate – a chocoholics dream!
If you’re looking for a dairy free alternative, this milk chocolate bunny bar is a great option. It contains no dairy or lactose and is gluten-free and suitable for vegans.
Raw cacao chocolate eggs, sweetened only with the natural fruit sugars from dates and raisins and blended with fragrant organic almonds for a rich, intense chocolate hit.
This gold Easter themed gift box will really make an impact. Jam-packed with 6 bars of raw, Easter flavoured, chocolate.
Ideal for tree lovers and chocolate purists! This isn't an Easter egg, but the full-bodied chocolate bar is wrapped in FSC certified paper and via a reforestation organization, Chocolate and Love have planted 22,000 trees so far.
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Switching to just one extra organic item really can help contribute to changing our food and farming systems for the better. Demand for more organic food means more organic farms. More organic farms mean fewer pesticides, more wildlife and more animals raised under the very highest standards.