Pure happy 2020
Keep it simple and thank clients, customers, staff, colleagues, students, friends and family for deeds well done with our delicious, sustainable, awarded Kiwi chocolate fish.
When you buy one of our artisan awarded giant kōkopu solid chocolate fish, 6 cents goes to saving NZ waterways which helps keep our country and its wild life healthy and beautiful. Our chocolate is fair trade and organic - made right here in NZ. Our packaging is biodegradable & recyclable. Every fish counts.
Every Fish Counts
Kia ora, thank you for a river full of memory
It has been great meeting new friends, gaining new clients and working with existing ones - all who share our sustainable values. We thank you for your ongoing support and business.
A special thanks to Martin Heck of Timestorm Films for the generous use of his stunningly filmed video of New Zealand in our videos. Give that guy a chocfish! And we did - a whole box of 20 - and a t-shirt. Thanks mate.
And a big shout out to both the Whitebait Connection and the World Fair Trade Organisation WFTO - for their respective ongoing hard and smart work setting standards and making the world a better place.
The Chocfish Crew at The Coffee & Chocolate Trade Show in Auckland.
THE CHOCFISH THANK YOU PACK SPECIAL DEAL
For a LIMITED TIME ONLY - workplace reward deal.
Recognise and thank your staff, customers and clients with our delicious fair trade, organic solid diary milk giant kōkopu chocfish.
x 4 boxes of 20 fish for $280 (ex GST and postage).
That's half the normal retail price. Work out at $3.50 a fish - which normally retail between $6 - $9 dollars.
artisan awarded chocolate
The Chocolate Fish Co - finalist in The NZ Artisan Awards. A delicious reward indeed!!
Our solid diary milk giant kōkopu artisan chocolate fish is a delicious, sustainable reward given to someone who has made a positive difference in their workplace, community, school or anywhere else. If someone has done a good deed, great or small, give that person a chocolate fish.
The Giant Kōkopu
Made in New Zealand, our solid dairy milk chocolate fish is modelled on the giant kōkopu. It’s New Zealand’s largest freshwater fish, and one of the five whitebait species, now endangered. Six cents from every fish goes towards saving New Zealand’s waterways. For more see:
our fair trade & organic chocolate
Our diary milk chocolate fish has been made with 33% fair trade organic cocoa beans from the Dominican Republic, Ecuador and Peru, and golden granulated sugar from Paraguay, all sourced directly from farmer co-operatives - then lovingly mixed with Kiwi milk right here in New Zealand. For more see:
Fair Trade - Organic
Our packaging is made from biodegradable card and recyclable flow-wrap. Like our chocolate fish, the packaging is made right here in New Zealand. We’re 100% committed to making a product that not only rewards people who make a positive difference, but is also positively good for the planet, and for New Zealand. For more see:
Our fish can save a Native nz fish
Each time we sell a chocolate fish, we will donate 6 cents to The Whitebait Connection. This will help fund the Whitebait Connection's local community programmes, involve schools and local iwi, to clean up NZ rivers and waterways and draw attention to best practice.
www.whitebaitconnection.co.nz For more see:
Upgrade your luck
The good luck fish. The fish has long been a symbol, and touchstone, of prosperity, abundance, creativity, fertility, wealth, faith and protection in many cultures around the world. Upgrade your luck - eat and give good luck chocolate fish. For more see:
Fish of the day;
Richard Pearse, First to Fly.
This Kiwi farmer/genius built and flew the first ‘heavier than air’ aircraft to take off under its own power, on 31 March 1903 in Timaru. The bamboo and scrap- metal plane flew about 140 metres before it crashed into a gorse bush. Unfortunately, the flight was poorly documented, allowing the Wright Brothers to claim the first flight 9 months later on 17 Dec 1903. Depiction on our home page above as imagined in 'Forgotten Silver.' For more see: