Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Tropical Source Chocolate: I Can't Believe It's Not Treifa

It's been quite a while since we had an I Can't Believe It's Not Treifa feature on here. Well, recently a handful of fine kosher products have come to my attention, and here's the first one: Tropical Source Chocolate.

They come in a number of flavors, but when I was at the New Leaf on Pacific the other day, they had Toasted Almond, Rich Dark, and Rice Crisp. The chocolate bars are certified vegan and more importantly, kosher-pareve. The label reads, "Our bars are made in one of the only chocolate factories in the world that dedicates equipment to producing gluten free and 100% dairy free chocolate. We're also dedicated to improving the lives of farmers by using only highest quality fair trade cocoa."

Of course, all that natural goodness doesn't come cheap; they're about $3 a bar. They're available in New Leaf, and most likely also in Staff of Life and the Food Bin, but don't quote me.

So, for all you fair-trade-minded folks, or vegans, or dairy-sensitive folks, or Yidden who hold by cholov yisroel, you can thank G-d, and enjoy!

Check out their website by clicking here.


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