70% organic dark chocolate
70% organic dark chocolate
70% organic dark chocolate

70% organic dark chocolate

Regular price Sale price2,59 €
32,38 €/kg
incl. VAT, plus shipping
Delivery time: 3-5 days

Packing size
  • Superfair: Made with love in Ghana
  • 100% organic quality (certified)
  • Climate neutral
  • Plastic free packaging
  • In stock
  • Inventory on the way

For all lovers of pure dark chocolate, our vegan and fair organic chocolate with 70% cocoa content is just right. Three ingredients - that's all it takes for a full load of cocoa power!

Deliveries to Switzerland are handled by our partner company Claro, for deliveries to France you can order from our partner company Solidar' Monde.

Shipping costs (including legal value added tax)

Domestic deliveries (Germany):

We charge shipping costs at a flat rate of 3.90 € per order.
From an order value of 30,00 € we deliver free of shipping costs.

Deliveries abroad:

We charge shipping costs abroad as follows:

Austria: 3,90 €
Belgium: 10,00 €
Denmark: 10,00 €
Estonia: 10,00 €
Finland: 10,00 €
France: 10.00 €
Italy: 10.00 €
Luxembourg: 10.00 €
Netherlands: 10.00 €
Poland: 10.00 €
Portugal: 10.00 €
Sweden: 10.00 €
Spain: 10.00 €
Czech Republic: 10.00 €
Hungary: 10.00 €


From an order value of 60,00 € we deliver abroad free of shipping costs.

Cocoa mass*, raw cane sugar*, cocoa butter*. Cocoa: 70% minimum.
*From controlled organic cultivation. May contain traces of milk, peanuts and nuts.

Dark chocolate:
Non-EU Agriculture
Non-EU Agriculture
Agriculture non UE

Average nutritional values per 100g
Energy 2403kj / 580kcal
Fat 43,0 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 27,1 g
Carbohydrates 33,6 g
thereof sugar 31,1 g
Protein 8,8 g
Salt 0,03 g

*% reference quantity for an average adult (2000 kcal)

fairafric is the first superfair organic chocolate produced entirely in Ghana. With every bar you buy, you enable more prosperity for the people at the beginning of the supply chain, four times more income in the country of origin of the cocoa beans, well-paid middle-class jobs in Ghana, the highest cocoa premiums in West Africa, and real system change instead of just development aid.

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