The plastic-free alternative to Kinder Surprise Eggs!
We were so excited to discover these multi-award winning, 'free-from' chocolate boxes with a sustainable cardboard surprise toy in them! A fantastic sustainable swap for plastic toys in known-brand chocolate eggs 🙌🏻
This PLAYin ToyChoc Box contains two individually wrapped, deliciously creamy, organic dairy free chocolates and a delightful 3D cardboard toy rabbit to assemble. The toy is one of a series of 18 to collect and also comes with its own fun facts educational info card.
- 100% Organic single origin Peruvian chocolate
- Dairy free
- Nut Free
- Soy Free
- Gluten free
- Palm oil free
- No refined sugar - half the sugar of other leading chocolate
- Plastic free
Size: 2 x 10g Chocolates + cardboard toy + fun facts card
100% organic ingredients: cacao mass, coconut sugar, creamed coconut, cacao butter, vanilla
PLAYin Choc only use paper based recycled, recyclable, biodegradable and home compostable materials. The packaging and toys are made from FSC or PEFC sustainably sourced recycled and recyclable card and paper with carbon offset certificates.
Chocolates are wrapped in home compostable film made from wood pulp and plant cellulose. The brown packaging boxes are also made with recycled and recyclable paper corrugate and are sealed with paper tape.
Everything is sourced from UK suppliers and made in the UK.
There are also Endangered Animals, Woodland Animals and Dinosaurs to collect.
Joy + Health + Planet underpins PLAYin Choc's philosophy.
"For us JOY means enjoying the moment, the excitement that comes from learning, exploring and using imagination – allowing our kids to escape into a world only children can inhabit.
HEALTH means organic foods sustainably and fairly sourced. It means no reﬁned sugars. And it means a delicious taste that makes us feel great.
Keeping our PLANET alive and thriving for our children means learning about the natural world and what we can do to protect and preserve it for future generations. For us this means using bio-degradable, recycled and recyclable packaging and educating our children about the harmful eﬀects of plastic waste on the natural world."