It's lovely to receive a chocolate egg at Easter, so why not make it an organic, ethical or fairtrade Easter egg? According to the Fairtrade Foundation "Fairtrade chocolate makes a real difference to the lives, and futures, of over 179,800 farmers in the developing nations." So this Easter why don't you help contibute to a fairer world as you tuck into your chocolate egg on Easter Day.
Here is our 10 of the best Organic and Fairtrade Easter Eggs..
A classic milk chocolate egg made in yummy organic milk chocolate from Green & Blacks. G&B also make dark, mint and butterscotch chocolate eggs.
Beautifully presented in a unique design papier mache egg made in Kashmir, containing organic, vegan, dairy and gluten free truffles which are made in Norfolk.
Made with organic rice milk chocolate, this Moo Free easter egg is dairy-free, gluten free and suitable for vegans.
These fun Easter milk chocolate bars have a white chocolate rabbit or egg on them. They are hand made in Chesham in Buckinghamshire from Fairtrade chocolate and are gluten free as well.
Vegan-friendly, fairtrade premium quality egg made from thick, smooth and rich 70% cocoa chocolate which includes a delicious taster set of 12 mini chocolate bars with 6 different flavours including fruit, toffee and sea salt.
Milk chocolate without the dairy - this hollow Fairtrade and Organic Easter egg is vegan and is produced in a factory which never uses gluten, dairy or nuts. Better still it has no plastic packaging either.
Fairtrade easter egg, handmade with love and care by artisan chocolatiers using the finest quality single origin beans from the Dominican republic.
These fabulous Organic Dark Chocolate eco eggs are wrapped in 100 percent recyclable packaging to make them as planet friendly as possible.
These Fairtrade easter eggs come with a 24 page story book by the award winning children’s illustrator, Alida Massari, of the Easter story.
Something for everyone in this wicker hamper full of indulgent fairtrade and organic chocolate eggs from Green & Black's.
Last updated 22nd February 2018