Where can I find nutrition/ingredients information?
Simply navigate to the specific product page you are interested in, click the main image and it will then open into a photo carousel. Arrow through and you will see the nutritional label with ingredients. The only products without this currently are the Gourmet Popcorn and Mini Pumpkin Seed Butter Cups - but these ingredients are the same as their corresponding cup flavours which you can find on those respective pages.
Do you ship during warmer months like summer?
Yes we do however we do suggest an overnight or 1 day shipping window. We use metallic bubble wrap and ice packs to keep the chocolate as cool as possible, but cannot guarantee it won't melt if you choose a longer shipping method. For our full shipping policy click here.
Are all of your products vegan?
Yes. All of our products are made in a dedicated facility free from dairy, eggs and animal byproducts. We use the term “Milk” for our Milk Chocolate products simply to identify the flavour of the chocolate - ie: lighter and less bitter than dark chocolate. Rest assured there is are no milk ingredients.
Which products are Keto-Friendly?
All of our Sugar-Free products are Keto-Friendly with only 2g net carbs per 42g serving. This includes Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate PSB Cups, Sugar-Free “Milk” Chocolate PSB Cups, Sugar-Free Strawberries & Creme White Chocolate PSB Cups.
Do you sell in stores?
Yes. You can find a complete list of Canada-wide retailers on our interactive store locator map. Simply click the link and enter your postal code to find one nearest you.
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What are “natural flavours” in your Sugar Free products?
The natural flavours in our products come from our sweetener ingredient we use called Swerve. Swerve states that they are derived from natural food sources and for those concerned about MSG being labeled as a “natural” flavor, rest assured that there’s no MSG in Swerve.
What is included in the “Top 10 Priority Food Allergens” your products are free of?
In Canada, the most common allergens in food – otherwise known as the priority allergens – are:
- Crustaceans and molluscs
- Sesame seeds
- Tree Nuts (almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts)
- Wheat and triticale
Are your products egg-free?
Is there any cross-contamination with your products and the priority food allergens I need to worry about?
As we produce our chocolate in our own commercial facility, there are no other products produced on our line and no cross-contamination.
Is your chocolate Fairtrade?
Fairtrade is a certification program with an alternative approach to conventional trade and is based on a partnership between producers and consumers. When farmers can sell on Fairtrade terms, it provides them with a better deal and improved terms of trade. This allows them the opportunity to improve their lives and plan for their future. Fairtrade offers consumers a powerful way to reduce poverty through their everyday shopping.
When a product carries the FAIRTRADE Mark it means the producers and traders have met Fairtrade Standards.
Fairtrade Standards are designed to address the imbalance of power in trading relationships, unstable markets and the injustices of conventional trade. Products have a set Fairtrade Minimum Price, which is the minimum that must be paid to the producers. In addition, producers get an additional sum, the Fairtrade Premium, to invest in their communities or businesses.
Our supplier’s cocoa and chocolate products are Fairtrade certified with a premium. They go above and beyond to support the communities and businesses they source cocoa from. However, because we are a small business, we have not yet received our Fairtrade certification and thus, are not legally allowed to claim we are Fairtrade. That is why we state we are ethically sourced (it doesn’t change where the chocolate comes from or the fact that it is Fairtrade). We are working toward affording the Fairtrade certification ourselves.