Tony’s Chocolonely Slave-free Chocolate

Tony’s Chocolonely Slave-free Chocolate

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Philadelphia, PATony’s Chocolonely - Tony’s Chocolonely is a chocolatier on a mission to make all chocolate worldwide 100% slave free, recently visited Philadelphia in the companies chocotruck. Tony’s was featured on an episode of the Netflix original docuseries, Rotten. 


Tonys ChocolateThe interactive truck allows visitors an opportunity to learn the bitter truth behind the cocoa industry and what Tony’s is doing to change the narrative. The Chocotruck is equipped with various interactive displays and offers visitors an operativity to learn about modern slavery and illegal child labor in today's chocolate industry

Tony’s goal is the manufacturing of 100% slave-free chocolate and not just their chocolate, but with chocolate worldwide.

Tony’s Choclonely can be purchased locally at the Following Locations:
  • Tela’s Market and Kitchen
  • Di Bruno Bro’s – 1730 Chestnut
  • Mom’s Organic Market
  • Sprouts
  • Essene Market & Café
  • Weaver’s Way Mt. Airy
  • River Wards
  • Mariposa Food Coop
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