Join Cocolo at the Organic Expo

Organic Expo & Green Show

Cocolo Chocolate is exhibiting at the Organic Expo & Green Show, 20-22 August, Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre.  You will find us on Stand 9, come say hi and enjoy delicious chocolate tastings and fantastic show specials.

You can purchase discounted tickets on-line now!

Trade & media can register on-line for a free trade pass.

Cocolo Chocolate a finalist in the 2010 Sydney Business Awards


We are pleased to announce that Cocolo Chocolate is a finalist in this year’s business awards.

Vote for Cocolo in the Sydney Business Awards

Click on the link below to vote for Cocolo Premium Organic Fairtrade Chocolate in the Sydney Business Awards.  All voters enter the draw to win a $1500 cash prize!

Live Below The Line

Live Below the Line is an awareness and fundraising campaign to help Australians understand the challenges faced by those currently living in extreme poverty.  The Extreme Poverty Line is defined as $2 AUD per day and 1.4 billion people in our world currently live below this line.

At Cocolo, as much as we loGlobal Poverty Projectve chocolate, we are giving it up from August 2nd – 6th and taking on the Live Below the Line challenge to feed ourselves on $2 a day.  The funds we raise during this challenge will go to The Global Poverty Project for a Poverty Education Program, giving Australian youth the knowledge and resources they need to become leaders in the movement to end extreme poverty.

Imagine a world without extreme poverty…

To join the challenge go to Live Below the Line

To support the Cocolo Chocolate team Donate Now!

Cammeray Enjoys Sweet Taste of Fair Trade

Cammeray Fair Trade Market

Cammeray Fair Trade Market

Taste buds were tingling last Saturday morning at Naremburn Cammeray Anglican Church’s “Taste of Fair Trade” market. The church hosted the market in Cammeray to raise awareness amongst church members and the wider community of the positive impact we can all make on our neighbours in the developing world by simply swapping our purchases in stores we visit everyday.

Market stalls were buzzing with activity as locals tasted Fairtrade certified coffee, tea and chocolate from Alter Eco, Cadbury, Cocolo and Republica, feasted on free range bacon & egg rolls from Neutral Bay’s Naturally Organic Butcher and browsed stalls of cakes and fair trade products from Tribes and Nations. Young and old, families and couples, all dropped in for the morning.

One of the ministers at Naremburn Cammeray, Grahame Smith explained the church’s motivation to host the market: “We all want a fair deal. When we recognise injustice, we react. The fair trade movement seeks to inform people of some of the injustices caused by unfair trade practices. And we react because God reacts. God’s commitment to justice was more than a slogan. It involved his giving up himself to be unjustly executed on a cross. The trade of Jesus’ life for ours is what motivates Christians to be concerned for others.”

Amanda Lea, who initiated the market, said: “The Taste of Fair trade market was a great success. We were able to talk to many people about the benefits of swapping to fair trade products. We wanted to enable people to sample products they can easily buy at local supermarkets, grocers or delicatessens.”

The church aims to host future fair trade events to continue to spread the fair trade message. For more information about Naremburn Cammeray Anglican Church and future events, please visit

Fair Trade Fortnight 2010

Join Cocolo in celebrating Fair Trade at this year’s Fair Trade Fortnight.  There are lots of fantastic events throughout Australia and New Zealand.  Click on the link below to find an event near you.


New study finds dark chocolate can protect skin from UV

A recent study by London University of the Arts and the European Dermatology London reported that the consumption of dark chocolate rich in flavanols can protect skin from UV light.

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Cocolo Chocolate a finalist in the Sydney Business Awards

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We are proud to announce that Cocolo chocolate is a finalist in the Sydney Business Awards.

We still have to go through a round of judging before a winner will be announced.

Article in Daily Telegraph about Cocolo Chocolate

Click the link below to vote for us in the Sydney Business Awards.


Daily Telegraph article about Cocolo

Article about Cocolo in Central Sydney Magazine

Great little article about our entry in the Sydney Business Awards. Sorry, it’s only a screen capture of the article as the magazine doesn’t provide a way to link to the story properly.