On Valentine’s Day, I took the advice of Lynn and Corey from Celebrate Green that they gave me in their interview and bought my boys a small amount of fair trade chocolate as a gift. They each got a small bar of Divine milk chocolate. Both of them thought it was the best chocolate that they had ever had, and even though their bars were small, they shared them with my husband and me without any prompting.

I agree with my boys. The Divine milk chocolate bar was the best tasting milk chocolate I’ve ever had.

Now you have the chance to Win a Divine Chocolate Party.

Explore what it means for chocolate to be fair trade with your kids and their friends. The winning family will receive a case of Divine milk chocolate crunchy bars and a CD of Kuapa Kokoo farmers discussing how fair trade is making their lives sweeter! Enter by March 30, 2009.

I’ve already entered, and I’d love to win. But I’m sharing the info with you anyway because I think everyone should get a chance to taste how great chocolate that’s made fairly can taste. 

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Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

Win a Divine party
You can win a case of Divine fair trade chocolate, and show kids just how good being fair can taste.