It’s time to stock up for Easter: here are some of the best Fairtrade Easter eggs for all the family.
Finding an ethical Easter egg is easier than ever before.
By choosing Fairtrade this Easter, you’re backing cocoa farmers in earning a living income. And thanks to the Fairtrade Premium, they can also invest back in their community and their environment.
Here are just a few of our eggs-tra delicious Fairtrade favourites.
Aldi Specially Selected Exquisite Wildflower Chocolate Egg
Luxury for less with Aldi’s Wildflower Chocolate Egg. Belgian milk chocolate lined with Gianduja. Made with Fairtrade cocoa.
Divine Dark Chocolate Egg
A rich dark chocolate egg that comes with mini dark chocolate eggs. This decadent Easter egg is made with 70% Fairtrade cocoa. It comes in plastic-free packaging too.
Green & Black’s Organic Easter Egg
Treat someone special to Green & Black’s organic dark chocolate Easter egg. Made from Trinitario cocoa beans for extra flavour.
Guylian Milk Chocolate Egg
An enticing Easter egg made with 100% Fairtrade milk chocolate. Tucked inside are 12 seahorses crafted from Guylian’s famous praline.
Lidl Deluxe Pink Gin White Chocolate Marbled Egg
A very grown up Easter egg! Lidl’s Deluxe Marbled Egg swirls pink gin flavour with Fairtrade white chocolate.
Maltesers Milk Chocolate Easter Egg
A scrumptious milk chocolate Easter Egg complete with a packet of Maltesers made with Fairtrade chocolate.
Available from most retailers.
Tony’s Chocolonely Easter Eggs Assortment
This carton of 12 eggs is unfairly divided by flavour to draw attention to the inequality in the chocolate industry. Incredible milk chocolate, extra dark, milk almond honey nougat, milk caramel sea salt, milk hazelnut and milk pretzel toffee.
Why choose a Fairtrade Easter egg?
Farmers who grow the cocoa used in chocolate Easter eggs earn an average of $1 per day. It’s just not enough to meet their basic needs.
Plus cocoa farmers in countries such as Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana, which have contributed the least to the climate emergency, are also facing its worst effects.
Choosing Fairtrade means backing farmers with fair pay, enabling them to create better lives for their families and communities.
We have been able to build a school, accommodation for teachers of the school. We have renovated the hospital… all of this with the Fairtrade Premium. Without Fairtrade we wouldn’t be in this position.Bengaly Bourama, Secretary General of the COOBADI cocoa co-operative in Côte d’Ivoire