Angell Bars Makes Earth Day an Eat no Evil™ Cause for Celebration: Sustainably and Ethically Produced Candy Bars for a Healthy Environment

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Angell Bars (http://www.angellbar.com) proudly announces its Eat No Evil™ campaign in time for Earth Day on April 22nd. This effort is part of the company's mission of creating superior quality products without losing sight of businesses' responsibility to be responsible for their impact on the environment. Angell Bars makes a series of delicious Fair Trade Certified® organic candy bars, which include: Angell Crisp, a classic combination of smooth, creamy milk chocolate and crispy rice; Snow Angell, white chocolate wrapped around a delicious, organic coconut center; and Dark Angell, a refined combination of luxurious organic dark chocolate, with a rich cocoa and almond center. These unique candy bars are a more ethical and responsible alternative to conventional brands of chocolate that use inferior ingredients, and source their cocoa from unregulated suppliers.

Angell Bars (http://www.angellbar.com) proudly announces its Eat No Evil™ campaign in time for Earth Day on April 22nd. This effort is part of the company's mission of creating superior quality products without losing sight of businesses' responsibility to be responsible for their impact on the environment. Angell Bars makes a series of delicious Fair Trade Certified® organic candy bars, which include: Angell Crisp, a classic combination of smooth, creamy milk chocolate and crispy rice; Snow Angell, white chocolate wrapped around a delicious, organic coconut center; and Dark Angell, a refined combination of luxurious organic dark chocolate, with a rich cocoa and almond center. These unique candy bars are a more ethical and responsible alternative to conventional brands of chocolate that use inferior ingredients, and source their cocoa from unregulated suppliers.

In addition to committing to using certified organic ingredients in their bars, Angell Bars is also a proud member of 1% for the Planet. As part of their membership, Angell Bars donate 1% of their gross sales to environmental charities to offset the unavoidable impact of running a modern business, no matter how responsibly it is managed.

Christopher and Suzanne Angell, the husband-and-wife founders of Angell Bars, want Earth Day to be a reminder that even small steps towards protecting the environment can lead to meaningful change. "Over the last 40 years, Earth Day has transformed itself from a modest teach-in to a global phenomenon that encourages citizen activism, global media attention and the support of the United Nations. We created Angell Bars out of a shared love of candy, and a desire for a more sustainable alternative to the brands we grew up with. We hope that through the humble candy bar, we can inspire people to support organic farming practices who might have previously been turned off by organic products they viewed as being targeted at a very select and elite customer." said Christopher Angell.

An "Angelic" Approach: Honoring the Planet and Improving the Environment
Protecting the environment is an integral part of the principles governing Angell Bars. The company uses recycled materials, whenever possible, and runs its website servers on renewable electricity, upholding a promise - to themselves and their supporters - that a good business is also a green business. "We have a responsibility, as citizens and entrepreneurs, to preserve the planet for future generations. Angell Bars upholds this duty, and seeks to show that true success is inseparable from protection and preservation of the environment we cherish," said Angell.

About Angell Bars
Headquartered in San Diego, California, Angell Bars develops and markets organic candy bars. By using Fair Trade Certified® organic chocolate, Angell Bars also safeguards the rights of children and farmers in cocoa growing communities.

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