US: Lake Champlain Chocolates introduces organic line
Vermont-based gourmet chocolate manufacturer Lake Champlain Chocolates (LCC) has introduced a new line of QAI-certified organic chocolate bars and squares, available in four flavours: Dark Spicy Aztec, Milk Sea Salt & Almonds, Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate.
The new chocolate line uses recycled paper and packaging from a supplier that utilises 100% renewable energy.
"We've been searching the world for organic chocolates that meet our taste and quality standards," said Allyson Myers, director of sales for LCC. "We finally found them, creating a line of organic bars for adventurous chocolate connoisseurs, and furthering our commitment to health and the environment."
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