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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Vegan Organic Chocolate

Press release time.

A package arrives on your doorstep. You open it to discover an assortment of elegantly packaged truffles, boxed chocolates, and gold-foil bars. A closer look reveals that these are more than just pretty chocolates; they are certified organic and non-GMO. One lucky winner of the contest at www.godairyfree.org will be so lucky.

Just in time for the holidays, Sjaak’s Organic Chocolate has launched their new website complete with convenient online shopping to sell direct to consumers. In addition to their already diverse selection, they have four different holiday and Christmas themed boxes of chocolates for less than $10 each.

In honor of their new website, and the holiday season, Sjaak’s is giving away a large gift package of their vegan chocolates (bars, truffles, and chocolates) to one chocoholic via the informational website Go Dairy Free. To enter to win, simply sign up with your name and a valid email (they must have a way to contact you if you win) for the free e-newsletter at www.godairyfree.org by November 19, 2007.

As an extra bonus, Sjaak’s is offering a 10% discount on your entire online order from now until January 15th, 2008. Simply enter the coupon code “dairyfree10” upon checkout at www.sjaaks.com.

Above and beyond in quality, Sjaak’s runs a gluten-free and lacto-vegetarian operation, which means there are no eggs or gelatin in their factory. They also produce a large dairy-free / vegan line that includes boxed truffles, chocolates, and six varieties of chocolate bars. Beyond the company’s own facility, Sjaak’s was recently awarded fair trade certification. Visit www.sjaaks.com to learn more and order some chocolate.

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