GOURMET IN CARDBOARD: THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOU AND OUR PLANET


Offering exquisite and gourmet chocolate in smaller cardboard boxes and recycled brown paper sleeves is a deliberate choice, for you and for our planet.

RECYCLED, RECYCLABLE, COMPOSTABLE... SO FAR. WE CAN ALWAYS IMPROVE.

The race for sustainability is a work in progress. Genius, green brains are working on better solutions everyday, and every so often a fantastic new material pops up. Some of them are easily available, others are still prototypes. Our desire to get greener is bound by only one limitation: cost. We have to make compromises to offer you such sustainable solutions at an affordable rate. We're not there yet, not even sure we will be one day! But for us it is a daily work in progress.

OUR PACKAGES ARE SLIM FIT DESIGNED FOR OUR CHOCOLATES (WE KEEP IT MODEST).

For you, first and foremost, because it lowers the cost. Small packages cost less to produce and to ship, while cutting down on waste and their overall carbon footprint. At the end of the day, it's a win-win: for you and for our planet.

REUSABLE AND RECYCLABLE: GIVE OUR BOXES A SECOND LIFE.

Our cardboard boxes are tough and elegant. Once you enjoy the chocolate, keep the box and buy refills. It feels good to save money and waste, for the same great taste! Our refill sleeves are made of a very plain, 100% recycled, brown paper bag. There's no point in spending money (for you and for us) on packaging that will go in the garbage once it's used.

 

OUR BAR SLEEVES are printed on Crownboard Craft paper, made out of 100% primary wood fibres, produced in Sweden. Certified in accordance with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 50001, FSSC 22000. 
OUR BAR FLOW WRAP is a 100% plant-based cellophane (Natureflex), compostable and biodegradable, produced in France.
OUR BOXES are printed on E-Flute Corrugated sheets made from wood pulp with 45-60% being recycled material
OUR BITES FLOW WRAP is a 50% plant-based cellophane, compostable and biodegradable and 50% plastic. Making improvements everyday.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: AUBRIE LEGAULT