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Giveaway: Theo Organic, Fair Trade Chocolate Gift Pack

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Alright, let’s kick this celebration off with some sweet goodness from Theo Chocolates! Take a look at this beautiful gift pack of all-organic dark yuminess that’s also Fair Trade certified. Should you be the lucky winner, you’ll receive a 32 piece Theo Confection Collection Box, Nib Brittle, enrobed or naked (4 oz.), Sipping Chocolate (1 lb.), 3 of their 3400 Phinney flavored bars (2 oz. bars) and 2 Theo Origin bars (3 oz. bars).

Sweet tooth aching yet?

We dig Theo because they were pioneers in the act of switching to organic chocolate — becoming the first importer of organic cocoa beans into North America in 1994. To this day, Theo is the only roaster of organic cocoa beans and the first roaster of Fair Trade certified cocoa beans in the United States. They were recently honored this year with 5 medals from The Academy Of Chocolate and have also been featured as a favorite of Oprah in her O Magazine.

We’re pretty sure you do not need any convincing that this is some damn fine chocolate — but feel free to jump over to their official site anyways.

Want to win? Leave a comment below on why you need this delicious sugar fix! One comment will be drawn at random 72 hours from now. The full contest details are available here. Good luck!

[UPDATE: Comments are now closed for this contest! Thanks to everyone who entered!]

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