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Become a Gift Hero in just a few clicks!
As the official chocolate of Christmas (and the unofficial chocolate of “OMG THANK YOU BEST GIFT EVER”), we know a thing or two about what it takes to #BeAGiftHero.It all starts, as everything does at Purdys, with 100% sustainable cocoa.Because there’s nothing like the feeling of giving someone a great gift that you know is also doing great things for the cocoa farmers that helped create it.Our 100% sustainable cocoa helps cocoa farmers in rural communities gain access to education, clean water, medical supplies and many other community-driven initiatives.So you’re a gift hero in more ways than one, and that’s extra awesome.Check out our Gift Hero Guide right here.Plus the more you buy, the more you'll save with our Volume Discounts.And don't forget about our free shipping over $65+ anywhere in Canada!
This just in: Maple Syrup is most recognizable Canadian symbol
Sorry Beavers, Justin Bieber and actors whose first name is Ryan, you just don’t make the cut. Maple Syrup is the most Canadian symbol out there.And as Canada’s chocolatier, you can bet we love creatively using maple syrup in our chocolates.Like our Brown Butter Maple Caramels.Or Mini Maple Caramels.Or Canadian Maple Toffee.Want the full list? Sure you do.There’s no official story on how or when maple syrup was first invented, but we can all agree that, like chocolate, it’s one of the sweetest inventions in the world. Historica Canada explains that early French settlers in Eastern Canada learned about maple sap from local First Nations People, and the process of making maple syrup is pretty straightforward and hasn’t changed. You boil maple sap in a pot until it’s reduced to a thick syrup.So there’s a little bit of Canadian history for you, just in time for you to win the Canada Day trivia game at your house.
Wow Tech: See Purdys’ 3D chocolate printer create some sweet designs!
Want to see Purdys’ 3D chocolate printer in action? It’s the only one in Canada!If you’re near Richmond on Saturday, June 18, drop by the Brighouse Branch of the Richmond Public Library between 1pm to 4pm to meet our Chocolatier Rachel McKinley and watch live demos of our 3D Chocolate Printer.The printer makes magic with tempered, premium quality Belgian dark chocolate—but our chocolate isn’t just that. Purdys' chocolate is also made from only 100% sustainable cocoa.Rachel will explain in detail how the 3D chocolate printer works, why sustainable cocoa is crucial to cocoa farming communities and last (but not least) we’ll be raffling off the 3D creations throughout the event, which means you could win a 3D chocolate printed design!If you’re going (you should!), don’t forget to tag us @purdyschocolatier (on Facebook/Instagram) and @purdyschocolate (on Twitter) on any photos you share on social.
Sign up for a truffle class or a chocolate bark class with Purdys Chocolatier
Learn how to make your own truffles or chocolate bark with the connoisseurs from Purdys Chocolatier. We have many different locations through Canada where you can learn the art of chocolate-making from Canada’s chocolatier. Chocolate classes are an ideal gift for wedding showers, birthdays, employee team-building and more! Book your chocolate class today.
Chocolate Bar Fundraising Program with Purdy's Chocolates
Purdy's commitment to family extends to local communities with our chocolate bar fundraising program - Perfect for sports teams, schools and special-interest groups. Contact us today!
Purdys Affiliate Program
Purdys Chocolatier, a Canadian owned and family operated business, is the leading chocolatier in Canada. Since 1907, one thing has remained constant at Purdys — a commitment to an inspiring, personal chocolate experience.