If you've been following our journey for a while now, you will know that reuzi doesn't just sell sustainable products. We are all about educating people on sustainability, breaking the stigma around it and making it fun and easy to digest.
And that is exactly why when the team at @tonyschocolonely_uk_ire got it touch offering us over 1k chocolate bars, we couldn't resist (see what I did there?)...
Tony's Chocolonely doesn't just make and sell chocolate.
Both of our brands have established ourselves as sustainable living brands - after all, sustainability also means to fight for a fairer, more equal world where we can all BE whatever the heck we decide to be. A world where the place you were born, the colour of your skin or your religion have absolutely nothing to do with the opportunities you get in life. A place where you can thrive by simply being who you are. Your UNIQUENESS is all that really matters!
These shared values make Tony’s a perfect pairing for this special collab and I am only chuffed @tonyschocolonely_uk_ire have chosen reuzi to spread their word!
Tony's Chocolonely is a Dutch confectionery company producing and selling chocolate closely following fair trade practices, opposing chattel slavery and child labour by partnering with trading companies in Ghana and Ivory Coast to buy cocoa beans directly from the farmers, providing them with a premium price for their cocoa beans and combating exploitation.
Right now, slavery is happening on cocoa farms all over West Africa and Tony's Chocolonely's mission is to make slave-free chocolate - all over the world.
The more people who join their mission and share their story (oh hello, reuzi!), the sooner 100% slave free becomes the norm in chocolate.
After all, something so delicious shouldn't hurt anyone.
From literally NOW (and until stocks last!), we will be offering a FREE bar of Tony's Chocolonely with every online and in-store purchases - no tricks, no minimum order required, just 2 brands collab'ing for a better world!
The choice is yours... are you in?