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Our mission to reduce waste

The world is changed by your example, not your opinion. As a chocolate manufacturer, Lovechock takes full responsibility to limit waste pollution as it has become one of the most pressing environmental issues. We must, of course, package our chocolate so that you can enjoy a piece of love at home. But how can we do that according to our Lovechock philosophy?

"Love for the Planet" is firmly anchored in the philosophy of Lovechock. It’s truly heartbreaking to see how waste affects our wildlife, climate and natural resources. The problem grows as the production of plastic increases and Mother Earth has a hard time dealing with it.  At Lovechock, we strive to leave the earth to future generations in the best state possible by consciously reviewing how we can honour the planet. That’s why we wrap our chocolate in a home compostable packaging: an infinite flow where we use earth’s gifts in a humble and mindful way to, eventually, give it back to her.

Circular Packaging

Home Compostable Foil
In our role as pioneers - long before the European Union introduced a ban on free plastic bags to combat plastic waste - we set out to find a solution for environmentally friendly packaging. Now we can proudly say that our packaging has been home compostable since 2011. We use wood cellulose as a renewable resource to create a transparent foil which is 100% home compostable. The wood cellulose comes from the eucalyptus tree, which in turn comes from certified, sustainable forestry (PEFC and FSC).

Environmentally Friendly Wrapper
Now the home compostable foil is ready, we fill it with our delicious raw chocolate and finish it off with our iconic colourful Lovechock wrapper. The easily re-closeable PEFC carton wrapper is made from environmentally friendly paper from sustainable forests that also respect the socio-cultural values of the community. Don’t forget to recycle the carton wrapper and dispose of it in the paper container. In order to lower our ecological footprint, we keep redesigning our packaging through the years. The wrapper is now sourced from Europe instead of the USA and uses 20% less material than before.