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Cocoa-free chocolate? This alternative is a WinWin for consumers and the planet

Is chocolate disappearing because of climate change? Not exactly. However, the changing climate is impacting cocoa production and it could reduce the amount of land suitable for its production leading to conflicts and rising prices. On top of that, the global demand for chocolate has been surging, posing significant challenges to sustainability due to cocoa farming's environmental and social impacts.
That's why the food company WinWin is on a mission to reshape the chocolate industry landscape with its sustainable cocoa-free chocolate alternatives. 🍫
WinWin's "copies" of Britain's most popular chocolate bars
WinWin's "copies" of Britain's most popular chocolate bars

Traditional chocolate production heavily relies on cocoa cultivation, which often leads to deforestation, biodiversity loss, and exploitation of farmers in cocoa-growing regions. Recognising these issues, WinWin has embarked on a mission to revolutionise chocolate production through innovative and sustainable practices.
WinWin has successfully crafted chocolate products that mimic the taste, texture, and aroma of original cocoa-based chocolate while eliminating the need for cocoa beans. Without cocoa in its chocolate production, WinWin significantly reduces the environmental footprint associated with cocoa farming, including deforestation, water usage, and greenhouse gas emissions.
Their alternatives are made using 80% less water than conventional chocolate and emit 90% fewer emissions in production too. By sourcing ingredients locally and supporting small-scale farmers, WinWin promotes ethical practices and contributes to the economic development of communities.
Thanks to innovative technology and natural ingredients, WinWin has achieved remarkable success in replicating the rich flavour profile of cocoa-based chocolate. By using alternative ingredients such as fruits, nuts, and seeds, WinWin makes delicious but also environmentally friendly and socially responsible products. Very cool right? What do you think? Would you eat cocoa-free chocolate?

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    • Gorffly mokua

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      Great! This is a promising alternative that offers benefits for both consumers and the planet.

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      • George Kariuki

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        Sign me up for cocoa-free chocolate! This sounds like a total win, for the planet and for our taste buds. This is exactly the kind of innovation we need in the food industry.

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        • Princess

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          It's a delicious and sustainable choice for chocolate lovers everywhere!

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          • Jane Wangui

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            It might actually be cheaper to produce chocolate this way..it is economical and the production cost might reduce leading to a decrease in the price..it's a win win

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            • Varsa Mahananda

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              Interesting...

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              • walter lungayi

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                This innovation has the potential to address sustainability concerns while providing consumers with sustainable and ethical choice. .

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                • Bo

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                  Very intriguing and interesting!

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                  • Gorffly mokua

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                    @Bo 💚💚

                  • Esther Wanjiku

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                    Interesting! Would definitely try those bars

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                    • mary Mwihaki

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                      Such a great move

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                      • Simon Bergbom

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                        Oh interesting!

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                        • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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                          Great move. Such win win solutions are good in the fight against clima change

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                          • Rashid Kamau

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                            @rukia_ahmed_abdi This should be broadly emulated across the globe.

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                            • Gorffly mokua

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                              @rukia_ahmed_abdi I completely agree! Win-win solutions promotes environmental protection.

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