Christian Aid will launch Chocolate Heaven Week this Saturday [28th July], in a bid to raise awareness of fair-trade chocolate.

The event will also tie in with the launch of the charity's free Internet service provider, fish.co.uk.

Chocolate is one of the most successful fair-trade products available and helps consumers in the developed world to build sustainable trading relationships with producers in developing countries. Cocoa producers are guaranteed a fair price, employment with minimum health and safety requirements and the economic security of a long-term supply contract.

Fair trade chocolate is also mostly organic, with a high cocoa content, prompting Christian Aid to point out "it is the healthier option" for consumers and the environment.

As part of Chocolate Heaven Week, celebrities such as chef Ross Burden will be posting their chocolate thoughts and recipes on the site.

To visit the Chocolate Heaven Week site, click here.


To view related research reports, please follow the links below:-

The 2000 World Market Forecasts for Imported Chocolate and Other Cocoa-based Food Preperations

The 2000 World Forecasts of Chocolate and Other Cocoa-based Food Preparations Export Supplies