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Milk Chocolate Haystacks

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Milk Chocolate Favourites
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Milk Chocolate and Almonds
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Milk Chocolate Classics Collection
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Milk Chocolate Maple Leaf Lollies
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No Sugar Added Milk Chocolate Bar
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Classic Bar - Milk Chocolate
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Mint Meltie Bar - Milk Chocolate
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Assorted Bar Collection - Milk Chocolate

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Sweet Georgia Browns - Milk Chocolate
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Original Milk Chocolate Fundraiser Bar - 100 Bars 1 Case - 100 Bars

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Orange Meltie Bar Milk
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Crisps and Chocolate Bar
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Peanut Butter Bar
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Coconut Fudgie Bar
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Gold Coins

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Chocolate Chewie Nut Bar
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Red Tote with Milk Foiled Balls

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Painted Blossom Tin

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Salted Hazelnut Flake
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Goat Cheese and Chardonnay Truffle

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Caramel Marshmallow Bar
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Sweet Georgia Browns - Dark Chocolate
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Mini Sweet Georgia Browns
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Peanut Butter Daisies
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Hedgehogs - Threes
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Purdy the Pony
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English Toffee - Single Bar
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English Toffee
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Pear Lemon Caramel

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We did it (and we're not done!)
I know I speak for everyone at Purdys Chocolatier when I say that we're all incredibly proud of the results of our Clean Water Project, where $2 from the sale of each Clean Water Project chocolate bar went towards raising funds for LifeStraw Community water filters. We launched the program just a few short weeks ago, on April 3rd, and it's specifically focused on raising funds for LifeStraw Community filters to be distributed in cocoa-growing co-ops that are part of the Purdys Sustainable Cocoa Program. Our Sustainable Cocoa Program itself continues to support our cocoa-growing co-ops around the world by providing our farmer partners with better wages, medical care and community programs that help to raise the standard of living for themselves, their families and their communities.LifeStraw Community filters, made by Swiss company Vestergaard Frandsen, are award-winning devices that are easy to use and provide clean, safe drinking water without the use of any chemicals, electricity or other special treatments. These filters remove 99.9% of bacteria, viruses and protozoan (disease-causing) parasites—which means that fewer children miss school because of illness from dirty water or because they must fetch water from places that aren't easily accessible.Just one LifeStraw Community filter provides safe, clean drinking water for about 60 children for three whole years. We initially hoped to raise enough funds for 35 LifeStraw Community water filters. But thanks to your enthusiatic support of the Clean Water Project, we've already met our goal...and we're going to keep going.We want to see how many more LifeStraw Community water filters we can fundraise for, so we're hard at work at our Factory Kitchen crafting more Clean Water Project bars (milk chocolate with crunchy salted butter toffee pieces).Thank you for your continued support and for helping make clean water possible in rural cocoa-growing communities.Sincerely,PeterPeter Higgins, President & Chocolate Scientist at Purdys Chocolatier