Papillon Enterprise is "creating jobs for mothers & fathers who don’t want to have to abandon their children to an orphanage because they can’t feed them."  They offer milky Singing Rooster Dark Chocolate, which is locally sourced in Haiti.

For more ethical chocolate options which are often available in organic specialty stores or in the natural foods section of your grocery store,

click here for a shopping list

or look for: 

Theo Chocolate,

Skinny Dipped AlmondsTM,

Tony's Chocolonely

Endangered Species Chocolate,

and

Justin's Peanut Butter Cups.


Askinosie Chocolate "practices Direct Trade with their cocoa farmer partners, building relationships and paying higher than fair trade prices for their quality beans."  They offer award-winning, high quality chocolate bars, cocoa powder, chocolate spread and baking chocolate online.  (Click here for retail locations.)

Rise offers Direct Trade 70% Dark Organic Chocolate bars. in delicious flavor options like orange crunch.  "Farm-to-table chocolate empowers rural Haitian families with social and environmental responsibility and sustainability."

Serrv offers DivineTM chocolate (learn more about DivineTM here).  Divine's Cocoa Cooperative was started by and is owned by farmers in Ghana. (DivineTM Chocolate is also offered in many organic and fair trade stores ​all across the U.S.--my favorite is caramel :)

Ethical Chocolate Guide

Everyone loves chocolate.  But many cocoa farmers live in poverty, never tasting the delicious product of their labor.  And, in West Africa, children are even trafficked and forced to work in the cocoa bean fields. Buy chocolate through the links below to make an amazing difference in the lives of cocoa farmers.  It is well worth paying a little extra for your chocolate!


Equal Exchange sells fair trade chocolate with cacoa sourced from small-scale farmer co-ops in Latin America.  They offer chocolate bars, chocolate chips and cocoa.  (Equal Exchange chocolate can also be found in many fair trade and organic stores across the U.S.)

Change the World by How You Shop Logo: The U.S. Ethical Shopping Guide https://www.changetheworldbyhowyoushop.com

Elisha C. has a mission "to end poverty through job creation, education and empowerment" and to "put Haiti in the hands of the Haitians."   They sell authentic Haitian dark and milk chocolate bars.