World class chocolate makers, Whittaker’s Chocolate have launched their latest product, Dark Ghana, into Coles and Woolworths, answering the calls of Australian dark chocolate fans.
Crafted from the finest Ghanaian cocoa beans, batch roasted to create a beautifully bitter 72 per cent dark chocolate, the Dark Ghana is the latest Whittaker’s gold block to hit supermarket shelves. Known for their commitment for crafting premium, quality products and believing that best is always better, Whittaker’s Dark Ghana is no exception.
Using only the finest sun-dried, hand-picked cocoa beans from Ghana, the quality goes from Bean to Bar – all ethically, fairly, sustainably produced and 100 per cent Rainforest Alliance Certified, with no Palm Oil. Enjoyed on its own or as a divine baking ingredient, Whittaker’s Dark Ghana is raising the bar for dark chocolate connoisseurs in Australia who will taste the difference.
“Whittaker’s produce Good Honest Chocolate that is adored by chocolate lovers around Australia, which is why we’re thrilled to bring such a classic yet beautifully bitter 72 per cent dark chocolate to market,” Whittaker’s CEO Matt Whittaker said.
“From our family to yours, we know the Dark Ghana will be a welcome household staple for Australians who enjoy and appreciate the finest quality, premium dark chocolate.”
Known for their striking gold, generous sized (250g) chocolate blocks and slabs, Whittaker’s have been crafting chocolate since 1896 and remain a family owned and operated business to this day – run by brother/sister duo Matt and Holly Whittaker, fourth generation Whittakers.
Dark Ghana is available to purchase for RRP$6.50 from the confectionery aisles of Coles, Woolworths and selected independent retailers now.