SPOTTED: Dr. Bronner’s Magic All-One Chocolate Bars

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For those who don’t know Dr. Bronner’s, it’s known for its soap and other body and hair care products that have a short story’s worth of words printed on their packaging. Wait. Are these chocolate bars also soap? Some of them have nuts in them. Maybe they’re there for exfoliation? Here are the varieties available — Roasted Whole Hazelnuts, Salted Whole Almonds, Smooth Coconut Praline, Crunchy Hazelnut Butter, Salted Almond Butter, and Salted Dark Chocolate. All bars are 70% cocoa dark chocolate and are sweetened with coconut sugar. (Spotted by Rachel C at Harmons.)

7 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Dr. Bronner’s Magic All-One Chocolate Bars”

  1. wut. i dunno about this.

    i was lucky enough to not have much acne as a teen, but in my early 20s it flared up a bit and the tea tree dr. bronner’s was the magic elixir that made my skin pretty again and i’ve been using it for nearly 20 years now. so. as a longtime fan of dr. bronner’s, i cannot imagine why they would launch a food product. just doesn’t appeal.

      1. oooh yeah. forgot about that, thanks. but considering coconut oil is a common oral, skin, & hair care product, i still feel like it’s a skewed product departure. whatevs.

  2. I was really happy to see that they were going to start doing this. It fits right into the ethics of their brand. Hopefully more and more companies will follow suit in the future.

    1. another really impressively ethical chocolate co is Tony’s Chocolonely. really fantastic company mission and amazingly creative chocolate flavors.

  3. Not sure which would be worse to error… inadvertently eating their soap or showering with their chocolate.

    1. Eating the soap, duh. If you showered with the chocolate, no big deal. You could use their soap to wash it off. Unless you ate the soap, first.

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