Our next public bean to bar workshop will be held at The Lancaster Priory Refectory from 1pm – 4pm on Tuesday 19th September. Cost £25/person. Booking essential by contacting Bruce at firstname.lastname@example.org Remember places are restricted so book early to avoid disappointment.
We sold plenty of our delicious Bean to Bar chocolate at the Lancaster Mid Winter Market on Friday 16th December and in St. Nics Arcade, Lancaster from 19th – 23rd December. FIG Tree Bean to Bar chocolate is available in 5 delicious flavours; Milk, Milk & Orange, Dark, Dark & Mint and Soya and sold as 40g bars, 100g Milk with Banana and Dark with Raspberry and a variety of speciality chocolates. Each batch is hand made from bean to bar in Garstang the world’s first Fair Trade Town using fair trade ingredients where possible and beans purchased directly from the farmer in New Koforidua, Ghana – the first Fair Trade Town in Africa.
Thanks to everyone who visited us over the Christmas period and thanks go to LESS and St. Nics for enabling us to sell our Bean to Bar chocolate. And remember our Bean to Bar 40g bars are available to buy at Single Step Wholefoods, off Penny St, Lancaster all year round.
We are grateful to LESS and St. Nics for enabling us to sell our Bean to Bar chocolate over the Christmas period.
…Single Step Wholefoods, off Penny St, Lancaster, The Borough, Dalton Square, Lancaster and the LUSU shop at Lancaster University. Available to buy in 4 delicious flavours; Milk, Milk & Orange, Dark and Dark & Mint. Stocks are limited so get down there now to ensure you don’t miss out.
FIG Tree bean to bar chocolate is sold in 40g bars retailing at £2.50 each. Each batch is hand made from bean to bar in Garstang the world’s first Fair Trade Town using fair trade ingredients where possible and beans purchased directly from the farmer in New Koforidua, Ghana – the first Fair Trade Town in Africa.
The FIG Tree has just received a donation of almost £500 that was collected by the Korea Fair Trade Organization during a networking event held before Christmas. The donations came from concerned individuals on hearing about the flood damage in December and wanted to see The FIG Tree survive and continue its good work. We wish to express our enormous gratitude for a donation that not only provides vital funds but also demonstrates the remarkable support The FIG Tree attracts from its friends across the globe.
We had a successful workshop on Thursday the 3rd of March at the Friends Meeting House, cost £25/head.
We are planning another one soon
Watch this space for more details