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Raven Rising

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Raven Rising Vegan 70% Dark Chocolate With Dried Fruit

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Shipping Notes

Bars may break when shipped with Canada Post. We will still ship but recommend Mile1 delivery or in-store pick up.

Assorted Flavours

Available in Raspberry, Strawberry, Blueberry and Sour Cherry. Please indicate in the note box on the cart page which flavour is preferred.

Details

With the first bite of Raven Rising, you'll realize you've never had chocolate quite like this!

Every bar is made using only organic ingredients sourced locally and around Canada - always from indigenous communities wherever possible. The bars are free from any preservatives, which results in an unbelievable taste and texture that only a true premier chocolatier could accomplish.

No matter the flavour you choose - fruity, nutty, toffee or sea salt filled - the ingredients will always be premium and fresh.

Thanks to their spectacular, colourful appearance and great taste, Raven Rising chocolate bars make a sweet gift for any chocolate lover!

Flavour Profile

Rich and flavourful 70% dark chocolate topped with freeze dried fruit. Vegan friendly! Made using vegan ingredients.

  • Vegan
  • Approximately 1 year shelf life
  • Made with zero preservatives
  • Made using locally and Canadian sourced, organic ingredients
  • Sold individually
  • Not produced in a nut-free facility - may contain nuts
  • First Nations owned and operated

About Raven Rising Chocolates

Created by Red Seal pastry chef and chocolatier Tammy Maki, Raven Rising is located in Sudbury, Ontario. A part of Raven Rising's mission is to create chocolates and pastries with a focus on traditional ingredients sourced, wherever possible, from Indigenous people in Canada and across the world.

Tammy Maki is a proud Saulteaux Ojibwe Kwe from White Bear First Nation in Saskatchewan. A product of the '60's Scoop', she was adopted to a Finnish family in Ontario. She jokingly refers to herself as Finndian.

A portion of proceeds are donated to Orange Shirt Society - a program creating awareness for the impacts of Indian Residential Schools.