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Endangered Species Chocolate Natural Dark Chocolate With Raspberries 72% Cocoa - 3 Ounce

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72% dark chocolate with raspberries.
Our 10% promise:
By choosing this chocolate bar you are supporting conservation programs worldwide. 10% of net profits are donated to non-profit partners that protect and preserve wildlife.
10% PCW.
Cocoa and vanilla: Fairtrade Certified and sourced from Fairtrade producers. Sugar traded in compliance with Fairtrade Standards. Total 98.6%. 
Thank you for indulging in a cause. Enjoy.
The brown bear. (Ursus arctos):
Fast despite their enormous size, they've -been clocked at speeds of 30 miles per hour.
Behavior is territorial, maternal.
Diet includes salmon, berries, nuts.
Living in forest and mountains throughout northern North America, Europe and Asia, brown bears are the most widely distributed bear species in the world. They feed on a large variety of foods and their diets change according to seasons and location. These bears feed intensively from spring to autumn in order to put on enough weight to last them through their winter dormancy.
Habitat degradation.
Water & air pollution.
Invasive species diseases.
Human interference poaching.
Climate change natural events.
Chemicals pesticide use.
Population: decreasing.
The biggest threat to bears today is increased conflict with humans as more people develop and use the bears natural habitat. The future of viable brown bear populations relies on people accepting the presence of bears and finding ways to coexist.
How to help:
Conservation Northwest.
Keeping the Northwest wild.
For 25 years Conservation Northwest has worked to recover brown bears in the Pacific Northwest, protecting and connecting old- north forests and other critical habitats from the Washington Coast to the B.C. Rockies. Join them in keeping the Northwest wild!
This species supporter may be a past or future 10% GiveBack Partner but is not a current recipient. Join together with this non-profit to protect the bears.
Ethical ingredients:
An indulgent chocolate experience supporting farmers, habitats and your health.
Consume with a conscience:
Our cocoa is sourced from small-scale farms and co-ops in West Africa. Working with Fairtrade International, our purchases help secure a better life for farmers, workers and wildlife. Fairtrade certified farmers implement fair working standards, invest in their communities and use environmentally-sound farming methods. How delicious is that?
For our planet's health and yours:
We, along with many people, share a concern about the potential environmental impact and health risks of genetically modified foods. Respecting your right to know what's in your food, our dark chocolate is verified to be free of GMOs by the Non-GMO Project. It's chocolate that makes you feel as good as it tastes!
Choosing Endangered Species Chocolate is one way you can honor farmers and encourage sustainable farming practices.
This chocolate bar supports wildlife conservation efforts and is certified to be fairly traded, vegan, kosher and free of GMOs.
10% giveback partners:
10% of net profits from the sale of this chocolate bar are given back to support the work of:
African Wildlife Foundation®:
The African Wildlife Foundation works to protect large landscapes in a way that benefits wildlife and people alike. By putting safeguards in place like training rangers, using sniffer dogs to help prevent poaching, and empowering communities, they're helping to ensure that Africa's wildlife survives and thrives.
The Xerces Society:
For invertebrate conservation.
The Xerces Society protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitats. For forty years, the Xerces Society has been at the forefront of insect protection worldwide, harnessing the knowledge of scientists and enthusiasm of citizens to implement effective conservation programs.
We commit to a three year partnership with each 10% GiveBack Partner and guarantee a minimum $10,000 annual donation to each.
Printed on unbleached 10% post-consumer recycled paper with water-based inks.
Endangered Species is a registered trademark of Endangered Species Chocolate, LLC.
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Ingredients: Bittersweet Chocolate (Chocolate Liquor, Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Soy Lecithin, Vanilla), Dried Raspberries, Coconut Oil.