Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Celebrate #NationalChocolateDay with Askanya Chocolates from Haiti #BlackOwnedBusiness

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National Chocolate Day is October 28th. You can Support Black-Owned businesses while indulging in sweet chocolate (perhaps humanity's greatest culinary invention!) with Askanya Chocolates, a Black Woman-Owned Business.

Askanya Chocolates: Chocolate lovers and connoisseurs can savor the taste of Haiti when they indulge in Askanya Chocolates — Haiti's first and only premier bean-to-bar chocolate company.  Askanya Chocolates are made exclusively with Haitian cocoa, which boasts some of the highest-ranked chocolate in the world!  The cocoa beans are then handcrafted into bars by women in Haiti.  

As a Black-founded and Black women-led company, Askanya Chocolates are dedicated to using the finest, all-natural ingredients directly sourced from a network of 3,000 Haitian Farmers who provide the finest cacao, sugar cane, limes, oranges, and cashew nuts. 

From bean to bar, Askanya Chocolates are a true labor of love and provide direct revenue opportunities to Haitian farmers located in very rural areas.  All of the bars are gluten-free, soy-free, nut-free, and preservative-free. There are also dairy-free and vegan options.  Available in large and mini-size bars. Grown in Haiti, Made in Haiti, Enjoyed Everywhere! Ships from the US.

Be sure to visit Askanya Chocolates and follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

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