Woolworths and Coles stock ‘world’s best’ chocolate – and Aussies are going mad for it | The Sun

Woolworths and Coles stock ‘world’s best’ chocolate – and Aussies are going mad for it | The Sun

August 1, 2023

AUSSIE chocolate lovers are going mad for Tony's Chocolonely after the chocolate bar hit Woolworths and Coles stores.

The cult chocolate brand dubbed the 'best in the world' has been flying off the shelves since the news was announced in May this year.

Before now, chocolate lovers would need to go to boutique confectionary stores or go online to buy the much-loved treat.

But Aussies can now grab a bar at their local Coles or Woolworths stores for between $8 and $8.25.

You'll have to be quick though as the chocolate bars are selling out fast as Tiktokers review the Dutch treat.

TikToker @nectoriouspapi said in his review: "One of the best chocolates out."


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While another, Nicole Axelrod said it was 'a million per cent better' than Hersey's chocolate.

One Tiktoker showed shelves in Australia with only a few bars left after being raided by shoppers.

Another told her followers 'run don't walk' when going to get yourself a bar.

However, some were concerned about the price tag.

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One commented: "I enjoyed this chocolate, but will buy when it's on sale.

While another said: "It's really good but it's not worth the price."

Coles is offering four different flavours across 200 Australian stores, while Woolworths has seven different variations across 180 stores.

Tony's Chocolonely bar was originally launched in the Netherlands 13 years ago by investigative journalist Teun Van der Keuken.

Tuen, also known as Tony, was shocked by modern slavery and child labour that was common practice in cocoa farms in West Africa.

So he decided to create an ethical chocolate brand – and Tony's Chocolate was born.

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