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Hot Chocolate, Original Dark

Hot Chocolate, Original Dark

$8.95  336g
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Hot Chocolate, Original Dark


If you’re a true chocolate lover, Camino’s Original Dark Hot Chocolate is for you. With a rich cacao flavour, Camino Original Dark is sure to satisfy your dark chocolate cravings: it’s sheer indulgence in a mug! Prepare with water, or, for an extra creamy taste, with milk or a dairy alternative. Get creative and add a cinnamon or peppermint stick. Fairtrade-certified, Certified Organic, gluten-free and non-GMO. A perfect cup of cocoa all year round.


Ingredients: Golden cane sugar, cocoa powder, skim milk powder, guar gum, sea salt, carob bean gum, vanilla powder. 

Contains: Milk.

May Contain: Soy.

Does Not Contain: Gluten.



Camino is a Canadian brand of fair trade and organic food productsis owned by La Siembra Co-operative in the Ottawa-Gatineau region of Canada. La siembra means “sowing” or “planting time” in Spanish, a symbol for the seeds of change they are sowing through their co-operative and fair trade business models.

La Siembra was established in 1999 by three young entrepreneurs. Having worked overseas, the founders of La Siembra experienced the exploitative nature of trade on the lives of family farmers. These three friends decided to provide Canadian consumers with an alternative to conventionally traded products by establishing a worker-owned co-operative.

Year one was spent in the community kitchen of First United Church - a socially progressive church in Ottawa. As there was no fair trade certification system for cocoa-based products at that time, La Siembra’s founders adopted the guidelines of the Fair Trade Foundation. They began sourcing cocoa from a co-operative in Costa Rica and sugar from a mill supporting co-operative farmers in Paraguay. An organic recipe was developed and the founders began to manufacture and distribute a hot chocolate, sugar and cocoa line themselves.

In 2002, La Siembra worked with Fairtrade Canada (then Transfair Canada) to develop a certification system for cocoa, chocolate and sugar products in Canada and became the first registered importers of Fairtrade Certified cocoa and sugar in North America.