ALDI PARTNERS WITH TONY’S CHOCOLONELY TO LAUNCH OWN LABEL CHOCOLATE BAR FOR JUST £1.99
In a supermarket first, Aldi has partnered with much loved brand Tony’s Chocolonely to create a 100% responsibly sourced own label chocolate bar. The Fairtrade approved Choceur Choco Changer (£1.99) aims to change the norm of the cocoa industry by following Tony’s Chocolonely values. Three delicious bars will be launching as a Specialbuy in stores nationwide from 19th September.
Made from 100% Belgian chocolate, the bars are available in three indulgent flavours, Hazelnut, Salted Caramel and 70% Dark Chocolate.
The Choceur Choco Changer range will adhere to all five of Tony’s Chocolonely sourcing principles; traceable beans, a higher price, strong farmers, the long term and productivity and quality.
The supermarket has long been dedicated to sourcing cocoa sustainably through its Fairly Traded policy, to have 100% of cocoa in Aldi’s own-label products either Fairtrade, Rainforest Alliance or UTZ certified.
Aldi’s NEW Choceur Choco Changer range will be available in Aldi stores nationwide from
19th September 2021.
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