Co-op Fairtrade Dark Chocolate Reviews
Product Type: Co-op Fairtrade Chocolate
Description:Brand: Co-Op / Type: Dark / 150g. Rich and smooth plain chocolate.
Newest Review: ... wrapped round the chocolate. The foil was embossed with lines and made the chocolate look quite expensive than it would if ... more
by - written on 05/03/09, updated on 05/03/09 (Very useful, 399 readings)
INTRODUCTION While waiting for several of my suggestions to be processed, I find myself at a bit of a loose end review wise. Fancying some chocolate at lunch yesterday, I bought some dark chocolate from the Co-Op near where I work. The following is a relatively brief review, and perhaps an experiment to see if the chocolate can actually pay for itself via the medium of these words! Please note that I'm reviewing the 85% cocoa version. This category seems a bit generic and so I wanted to clarify this. A QUICK WORD ABOUT FAIRTRADE The fairtrade mark on this bar denotes that international fairtrade standards have been met, meaning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/12 (Very useful, 102 readings)
* ~ * THE BAR * ~ * I purchased this bar from my local Co-Op which cost me approximately 60pThe bar comes in a dark brown paper wrapper which is quite thick. On the front in a silver box it states the item is part of the Truly Irresistible range. It also states that the chocolate is fair-trade and is 85% Cocoa. This is a small bar and contains 40g of Ghanaian dark chocolate. On the back on the wrapper you can find nutritional information, ingredients, advice, contact information and how to dispose of the wrapper. When wrapped the chocolate measures 11cm long and is 5cm wide, so although this is a small bar there's plenty of chocolate there, especially as dark ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/09 (Very useful, 102 readings)
Following on from a generally successful experience with the Co-op's "Co-operative" Fairtrade milk chocolate, I'm now looking at the dark variety in the same range. This comes in the same compact, chunky type of wrapper that the milk chocolate does, the bar I tried costing 48p and weighing in at 45 grams. (There are also larger 150g bars for around £1.40, but I haven't yet tried those.) I would hope that it's obvious that this particular bar is only available at Co-op stores! The packet is dark brown and red - not, I think, an entirely successful marriage of colours - and reasonably enough makes much of its Fairtrade certification. 93% of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09, updated on 09/04/10 (Very useful, 192 readings)
**Overview** Not sure what to write a review on whilst relaxing at my stepdads I fancied some dark chocolate. I then decided I could write a review on the yummy dark chocolate that he buys. So here we go! **The look and ingredients of the chocolate** The chocolate comes in a 150g bar which is 8 x 4 inch sized squares, the chocolate is easily broke apart and has decoration of little lines on it. I would describe the colour of the chocolate as lighter than Bournville but quite a bit darker than milk chocolate. Ingredients: Fairtrade Cocoa Mass, Fairtrade Sugar, Butter Oil, Fairtrade Cocoa Butter, Emulsifier (Letchins (Soya)). The Dark ... Read the complete review
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