Dark Chocolate Bars - 4 Degrees

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THE best formulated, organic and eco-friendly products available on the market

Camino SKU: WUNCCA110


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Deep, dark, intense. Our dark chocolate is complex and nuanced, for those intent on discovering the true nature of chocolate. 71% Cacao.

Extra Dark

Revitalize with the smooth intensity of this extra dark chocolate bar. 80% Cacao.

Intensely Dark

Our Intensely dark bar is 88% of pure premium cocoa, with just a small touch of sugar and vanilla, all fair trade and organic, to highlight the incredible flavours of this blend of Dominican Republic and Peruvian cocoa beans. The exquisite taste and smooth texture will make you melt. Made especially for the dark chocolate enthusiasts!.

Only 4 g of sugar per 40g serving


For chocolate aficionados who dare to push boundaries and experience higher levels of cocoa, we bring you Nightfall. This deeply dark yet very smooth chocolate bar is made from 92% cocoa and features beans from our newest producer partners in Togo. This is a whole new level of dark fair trade chocolate that we can’t wait for you to try. 

Only 3g of sugar per 40g serving



Cacao mass*, Sugars* (golden cane sugar*, whole cane sugar*), Cacao butter*, Ground vanilla beans*. Minimum 71% cacao. *Fairtrade certified.

Extra Dark

Cacao mass*, Sugars* (golden cane sugar*), Cacao butter*, Ground vanilla beans*. Minimum 80% cacao. *Fairtrade certified. Multiple origin cacao beans.

Intensely Dark

Cacao mass*, Cacao butter*, Sugars* (golden cane sugar*), Ground vanilla beans*. Minimum 88% cacao. *Fairtrade certified.


Cacao mass*, Cacao butter*, Sugar* (golden cane sugar*), Ground vanilla beans*. Minimum 92% cacao. *Fairtrade certified.

Brand Information

Two decades ago our Canadian co-op, La Siembra, pioneered Fair Trade in cocoa and sugar. Together, we have helped strengthen the democratic organizations of thousands of small-scale farmers. However, as the popularity of Fair Trade grows, big corporations are attempting to lower the standards.

To protect the future of small-scale farmers, we need to defend the fundamentals of the Fair Trade model and continue to advocate for greater economic justice in our food system. With your support and engagement, we can do this!

Camino is owned by La Siembra Co-operative in the Ottawa-Gatineau region of Canada. La Siembra means “sowing” or “planting time” in Spanish, a symbol for the seeds of change we are sowing through our co-operative and fair trade business models.