Fearless Customer explains the Bite Mark :o)

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Fearless Chocolate lover and flickr flickster DocPop kindly explains why there’s a bite taken out of your Fearless Chocolate bar…

The missing bite represents the 1% of it’s annual profits that goes to non-profits.

That’s exactly right! We donate 1% of our annual profits to changemakering organizations suggested by our customers. If you know an individual or organization that is truly pushing the boundaries of creativity to serve others PLEASE let us know!

All you need to do is purchase a Fearless Chocolate bar in your local natural foods store or online, submit the product code printed on the exterior box, and tell us about the do-gooder you’d like Fearless to support. Make your suggestions known to EatMe@FearlessChocolate.com

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Nice mention from #MagicMonday winner @peacesofearth !

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Some of you may know that we’ve been playing with our twitter account (@beingfearless) hosting a secret give-away called #MagicMonday. We keep it simple, every week we pick a word or a phrase in the office, search for it on twitter, and whoever has mentioned this phrase gets to be an unsuspecting winner of free Fearless Chocolate. Pretty good deal right?

Well, special thanks to @peacesofearth for writing us an amazing review on her food blog www.PeacesOfEarth.com

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What America Eats :: InfoGraphic

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The latest greatest info graphic from Good.is

This graphic, from Visual Economics, breaks down the elements of our diet in pounds. The quantity of fruits and vegetables we eat is actually a little higher than I’d expect, though we still consume more sweets and sodium than we should. The chart also doesn’t expose the extent to which corn goes into other foods.

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Electric Teenager

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The web is awash with news about Ashton Stark (Stark Industries?), the teen who transformed a 1972 Volkswagen Beetle into a fully functional electric vehicle. Powered by nine golf cart batteries, this rejuvenated automobile can travel about 50 miles on a full charge at a top speed of 45 miles per hour. Thats impressive. Oh, did we mention the kiddo is only 14 years old?

This guy deserves a chocolate bar!

via GOOD.

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25,000 Fearless Chocolate Bars!

This is exciting! After almost 2 yeasrs of nearly insurmountable challenges, we have finally launched our expanded production. At the end of last month we completed our first major chocolate production yielding more than 25,000 of the most delicious Fearless Chocolate Bars that we’ve ever crafted.

Im extremely proud of these bars. From the unique brazilian source of our cacao and sweetner to our 5 delectable flavors to our exquisite packaging.

These bars will be shipping all over the country starting with our customers on the west coast and heading east. As stores shelve our bars we will be posting on this blog. For now all Southern California customers can find Fearless Chocolate at Whole Foods Markets. San Francisco customers can find us at Canyon Market.

Stay tuned for more!

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