Monday 3rd September 2007

by rkhooks

STOP THE TRAFFIK

Everyone loves chocolate (O.K. there are a few oddbods who aren

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22 Responses to “Stop the Traffik Chocolate competition”

  1. Tricia says:

    Very nice website and Article! Thanks!

  2. Lyra says:

    My family actually sells cacao to a cooperative at home in Belize that supplies Green and Blacks Maya Gold chocolate bar. I am sorry that I missed out on this event-if you do it again please let me know!!!

  3. [...] soon as I saw R khooks event, I knew I wanted to participate. After all, I knew I would be baking anyway, just needed the [...]

  4. Oh I wish we had time to partake in this … what a great cause and idea! Next time!

  5. Sue says:

    I just found you from Barbara over at Winos and Foodies. You know, I think I certainly KNEW about Fairtrade chocolate, but until I saw your post I never really THOUGHT about it before. I will definitely be looking into Fairtrade Chocolate brands in the U.S. I’ll let you know what I find. And I will certainly post a Fairtrade chocolate recipe before October 5th and send you the info on that too.

    Thanks for a doing something so worthwhile. It would be kind of horrible to be enjoying something as delicious as chocolate, knowing that it was produced by child slave labor. It IS amazing that in the 21st century that still goes on.

  6. Gabriele says:

    Hey Rachel, thanks for this post. Every little helps to promote this worthy cause. We can make difference!!
    The Times recently had an interesting post re Green&Blacks Fairtrade chocolates. If anybody is interested, here is the link to the article http://women.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/women/body_and_soul/article2452902.ece

    Also congrats on your super ‘Dahlia/Raspberry photo’

  7. Maliika says:

    Yes !!! that sounds like a fab idea, i work in a fairtrade and organic shop and only eat and buy fairly traded stuff ! and it tastes sooo much better too …

    M x

  8. [...] so happen to live in the land of chocolat. Temptation at every corner. Every year. Then there was a certain email asking if I would like to take part in the Stop the Traffik event. Yes, please, I would very much [...]

  9. I just mailed you the informations you need. Here’s my entry:
    http://ostwestwind.twoday.net/stories/4281477/

  10. sunita says:

    That’s such a great idea…count me in.

  11. rkhooks says:

    Fairtrade cocoa powder is perfectly fine, Ulrike. Can’t wait to see your recipe.

  12. My I also use fair trade cocoa powder?

  13. This campaign is a very good idea.
    I will try to prepare something and post for this event.

    Greetings, Margot

  14. Mansi says:

    Wow, sounds like a fun event for a great cause! will try to see if I can contribute something:)

  15. Great initiative Rachael! I will try to participate indeed! Thank you!

  16. rkhooks says:

    Brilliant! Can’t wait to see all your entries.

  17. Great cause, count me in too.

  18. slush says:

    Count me in too!

  19. barbara says:

    A great initiative Rachael. I’ll do my best to enter. I think G&B recently became available in NZ.

  20. linda says:

    Great idea! I’m in…

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