New chocolate bar Dubble seeks to represent confectionery with a conscience. Made by The Day Chocolate Company in partnership with cocoa growers in Ghana, the bar communicates the message, directly endorsed by Comic Relief, that fair trade is a long-term solution to world poverty. Branded and named by Wickens Tutt Southgate, the product features The Fairtrade Mark as well as the Comic Relief logo. It was named Dubble to transmit the twin messages of fun and fair trade.
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