Montezuma’s ‘Waste Not, Want Not’ Recyclable Popup – Seven Dials, London

Montezuma are the first chocolate company to offer 100% sustainable packaging on their ENTIRE range of products! It’s an amazing achievement and took a lot of hard work and a complete packaging redesign from the team! To celebrate and show off the results, Montezuma are hosting a pop up shop in Seven Dials for two days to both celebrate and make you consider wasteful packaging.

On 13 and 14 March you can bring your packaging waste to the pop up and trade it for yummy tailor made chocolate treats! Think about it.. swapping an empty sarnie packet, a brownie wrapper, coffee cup or an empty sushi tray for chocs! What a dream! Vegans you’re fully catered for too, Montezuma do a brilliant and full range of vegan choccies, highly recommended from a non vegan right here. The Orange & Geranium tastes like Turkish Delight and the bars with lime in are brilliantly fresh!

We went along for the preview last night and the chocolate artwork they’re showcasing is so impressive! It’s all edible and in the window is an amazing 3D artwork which will be lit up even when the pop up is closed to highlight (literally) the unrecycled waste which ends up on landfills each year. Pop along to check it out and taste some brilliant, award winning chocolate at the same time. Be inspired to make better choices with who you buy from and how much waste companies produce. Pow.

If you’d like more details on the new 100% eco-friendly packaging, CLICK HERE!

Ps I can’t get over that the eggs are made from chocolate. Eggcellent work!

Where: 67 Neal Street, London
When: 13 and 14 March 2020 from 10am-6pm

Forked by Stefpuff

Instagram: @montezumachocs #montezuma


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