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January 25, 2014

Next Organics: Dark Chocolate Nuts

by Anne Paddock

One month from today – February 25, 2014 – is National Chocolate Covered Nuts Day.  If you’ve never heard of this holiday, you’re not alone….but I’m all for celebrating anything that involves chocolate. Unlike Valentine’s Day which emphasizes chocolate and roses, National Chocolate Covered Nuts Day celebrates two of earth’s most perfect foods: nuts and chocolate, providing the perfect excuse to devour a variety of wholesome nuts covered in rich dark chocolate.

For centuries, people have known that nearly everything tastes better when covered in chocolate – particularly dark chocolate – so consider indulging in Next Organics Chocolate Nuts:  Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Cashews, Walnuts, and Coconut.

Next OrganicsThere are lots of chocolate covered nuts on the market but there are few organic products. Next Organics starts with organic dark chocolate and adds organic nuts – almonds and walnuts grown in the US, brazil nuts from Bolivia, cashews from Vietnam and India and coconut from Mexico, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka – salt, and organic confectionary glaze (a clear, all-natural coating used to protect the quality) to make delicious, rich dark chocolate covered nuts. There are no additives, artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.

The countdown has started.  With a month to prepare and stock up on your favorites, there is no excuse not to join the celebration this year. Next Organic Dark Chocolate Nuts can be purchased in grocery stores and health food stores nationwide. To find a store in a specific location, use the locator service at the company website: or purchase on-line for about $5.39 per 4-ounce resealable packet at

The company also makes dark chocolate ginger and pretzels, as illustrated

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