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Endangered Species Chocolate’s new coconut crème filled bar featuring ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) and the Lemur Conservation Foundation is in stores now!
The IUCN Red List categorizes ring-tailed lemurs as near threatened. Endangered Species Chocolate’s products feature species, habitats, and communities that need our support to survive and thrive. Learn more about lemurs on our website www.lemurreserve.org
ESC uses ethically traded, shade-grown all-natural and organic chocolate as a medium to spread environmental awareness and help support the growing number of species disappearing from the planet and makes the 10% Promise, giving back to nonprofit organizations that protect endangered species and habitats.
A first in the natural foods industry, Endangered Species Chocolate (ESC) has added a dairy and gluten free filled bar line to its natural bar line-up. The new line features six, decadent fillings: almond butter crème, sea salt and lime crème, coconut crème, blueberry vanilla crème, raspberry orange crème and lavender mint crème all surrounded by 72 percent dark chocolate.
The new crème filled bars are in natural food stores and supermarkets today! You can order your chocolate bars from their website at http://chocolatebar.com/