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I was recently sent some amazing chocolate from National Brand Endangered Species Chocolate (ESC) to try. Dark Chocolate bar with Carmel and Sea Salt - dubbed the "Eagle bar." Purchases of the Eagle bar will send support to help protect at-risk species - ESC donates 10 percent of net profits annually to partnering conservation organizations. I mean come on...who doesn't love chocolate?! This chocolate is so gorgeous and I love the eagle on the packaging. I love that each purchased bar of chocolate goes to support a great cause. The chocolate was delicious and the caramel inside was awesome. It is a runny caramel and went well with the dark chocolate. My mom loved it as well! I highly recommend purchasing one! You can enjoy a delicious bar of chocolate and feel great that you are supporting a wonderful cause.

ABOUT COMPANY: Endangered Species Chocolate Debuts Dark Chocolate with Caramel and Sea Salt Bar Available now on, available in Kroger and natural food stores early February INDIANAPOLIS - A top-selling brand in the natural food category, Endangered Species Chocolate (ESC) announces the debut of its newest flavor, Dark Chocolate with Caramel and Sea Salt. Spotlighting the American Bald Eagle on the wrapper, this rich dark chocolate surrounds handcrafted, organic caramel with Pink Himalayan Sea Salt. Dubbed the "Eagle bar," this chocolate bar is Fairtrade International certified, Non-GMO Project Verified and gluten-free. As with all of its products, ESC committed significant time, resources and research into the development of this new product.

"The balance of sweet, salty and caramelized undertones speaks to the demands of our customers," said Whitney Bembenick, Research and Development Manager for Endangered Species Chocolate. "When paneled, nine out of 10 consumers stated they would likely purchase the Eagle bar."

Beneficial as it is delicious, purchases of the new Eagle bar and ESC's other wild flavors send support to help protect at-risk species. ESC donates 10 percent of net profits annually to partnering conservation organizations. The current 10% GiveBack partners are Rainforest Trust and Wildlife Conservation Network.
As a Steward sponsor of The Peregrine Fund, ESC collaborated with the 501(c)(3) nonprofit to utilize the inside of the Eagle bar wrapper to tell the story of how Endangered Species Act protections have helped American Bald Eagle populations make a remarkable recovery.
"All Endangered Species Chocolate bars come with a promise to support species, habitat, and humanity," said Curt Vander Meer, CEO of Endangered Species Chocolate. "This promise has translated into 1.2 million dollars donated to support conservation over the past 3 years." The Eagle bar is currently available on in bulk (packs of 12), and will be available in Kroger and other natural food stores across the U.S. in early February 2016. More information is available on ESC's website, About Endangered Species Chocolate Indianapolis-based Endangered Species Chocolate (ESC) is a mission-driven company that is passionate about chocolate and the environment. ESC is committed to providing chocolate-lovers with premium, natural chocolates that are ethically traded and sustainably grown. Adding to the impact of each chocolate bar, ESC donates 10 percent of net profits to fund species and habitat conservation. A top selling brand in the natural food category, ESC offers more than 30 products. For more information, visit

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