Le bonbonBox of 4 - $16.75
Constance Popp has created a delightful bonbon in support of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights – a double dose of goodness.
This Fair Trade chocolate is a layered truffle (just like the building!) whose ingredients draw on cross cultural food symbolism, pertaining to peace and human rights.
Made from an array of fresh local ingredients: sage, pomegranate, single source Fair Trade chocolate from Peru and Ghana, Himalayan sea salt and local honey – Le bonbon will remind you that each action we take, including the purchase of gifts and the food choices we make - can support the advancement of human rights.They may be "human rightsy" but they'll still make you fat.
|Almost 17 bucks for only four bonbons?|
What's in 'em--fair trade gold?
Have you seen this yet?
9-11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM HANGS STEEL CROSS UPSIDE DOWN.
Reminds me of the Harvard satanic mass, did they lose their cross?
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