11 April 2008
Learn….to make a differenceEveryone deserves a treat occasionally and what could be better than munching on the Incredible Chocolate Company’s newly released products - Croc Chocs and Zoogle Jellies - while learning about the world’s wildlife?
The Incredible Chocolate Company, in support of Australia Zoo, has today launched Croc Chocs and Zoogle Jellies; a new range of treats for kids of all ages. These exciting new products come with fun wildlife collector cards, and when you purchase Croc Chocs or Zoogles, you can take pride in the knowledge that you are contributing towards protecting the world’s unique wildlife.
Available in Australian stores from mid April, and in the USA mid year, Croc Chocs are a portion controlled 20 gram serve of chocolate, made from premium Australian ingredients, and designed in the shape of a crocodile.
Zoogle Jellies, are fun colourful jellies that come in the shape of different animals like snakes, birds and of course, crocs. Zoogle Jellies are 99% fat free and contain all natural flavours and colours.
There are 25 collectable cards in series one; each card featuring a great colourful photograph of endangered species and animals found in the wild. These swap cards also contain simple fact files about the species and their habitats, all in a fun, easily accessible format. In the first collection, “Croc Choc swappers” will learn about the Saltwater Crocodile, Asian Elephants, Red Kangaroos, and the Sumatran Tigers, as well as a host of other native Australian animals and protected species worldwide.
The creators of Croc Chocs and Zoogle Jellies have designed their product around the theme of “Learn…to make a difference”, working towards educating consumers and heightening their environmental awareness at the same time.
Croc Chocs are available in three varieties; Milk Chocolate, Strawberry Cream and Caramel Cream. There are six Zoogle Jellies varieties including Snakes, Birds, Crocs, Aussie Outback animals, Sea Animals and Safari Animals.
Croc Chocs and Zoogle Jellies will be sold worldwide and can be found at independent supermarkets, service stations and convenience stores Australia wide.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these products will directly support Australia Zoo’s wildlife conservation programs; initially supporting endangered and priority species breeding programs, field studies, habitat acquisition and animal rescue.
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