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Divine pushes into Nisa convenience stores ahead of Chocolate Week

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Divine's range of vegan and non-vegan bars sharing bars are available in Nisa outlets. Pic: Divine Chocolate
Divine's range of vegan and non-vegan bars sharing bars are available in Nisa outlets. Pic: Divine Chocolate

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Fairtrade-certified, Divine Chocolate, has launched a range of bars for the shelves of the Nisa convenience store chain in the UK in time for Chocolate Week, which starts on 14 October.

The eight 90g sharing bars are the latest from Divine Chocolate, which also has highest scoring B Corp food business in the UK. Divine’s cocoa comes from the Kuapa Kokoo farmer cooperative in Ghana and they also own a stake in the company. This means the farmers receive a share of the profits they help to create, giving them more to invest in their families, farms and communities.

Marcela Flores, Divine’s Commercial Manager, said: “We're delighted to launch Divine chocolate bars in Nisa stores. It's been fantastic to work with Nisa's buying and marketing teams as they’ve been so enthusiastic towards our brand and what it stands for: treating growers fairly whilst caring for the planet. We're looking forward to working together and offering their customers delicious, sustainable chocolate.​”

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