Moo Free Blog
The Moo Free Chocolate Blog
Just how do you cope when you work in a factory surrounded by chocolate that you have to eat as part of your job? Read all about dairy free chocolate overdoses and the struggle to create the perfect dairy free chocolates.
Welcome back everyone we hope you had a lovely Easter.
It’s Environmental Education Week which seeks to educate people on the importance of the environment and a source of wellbeing and fulfilment.
We wanted to talk about the organic cocoa that’s used in our products.
As you may or may not know we import our cocoa from the Dominican Republic, specifically the San Francisco de Macoris area. The cocoa is grown on Trinitario trees under the shade of citrus trees on the organic farms found in San Francisco de Macrois.
It’s Easter Sunday this weekend! Are you looking forward to your Moo Free Easter eggs? We certainly are.
This week we wanted to talk about the history of the Easter egg in honour of the festival. Bear in mind we can’t cover everything.
As you may or may not know the Easter egg has been around for a long time, the first chocolate Easter eggs showed up in Europe in the late 1800s with France and Germany being the leads in what would become a fruitful endeavour, some even came with toys packaged inside.
As you may or may not know all our cocoa mass comes from the Dominican Republic, specifically the San Francisco de Macoris area. If you’re interested in reading further, we have a blog post you can sink your teeth into - Where our Cocoa comes from.
The folks of this company are nuts for peanut butter! They have several flavours to choose from including: