Dutch ethical chocolate brand Tony’s Chocolonely has launched in France.
The company was founded in 2005 by three journalists. The brand has since established long-term direct relationships with cocoa farmers in Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire, by paying a higher price for their beans and working together to resolve the underlying causes of modern slavery. In addition, 1% of Tony’s Chocolonely revenue is donated to the Chocolonely Foundation which supports projects to eradicate modern slavery.
The certified B Corp brand, which has become the best-selling chocolate brand in the Netherlands, has launched its 180g tablets and 50g bars in 750 Monoprix and Franprix supermarkets in France.
Tony’s Chocolonely is available in worldwide and has offices in the Netherlands, the United States, the United Kingdom and the DACH region.