Introducing Chococo X Ocean Giants Programme

Introducing Chococo X Ocean Giants Programme

Here at Chococo we have always been at one with the sea. We were born and bred by the water here on the Dorset coast and it plays an integral part of our past, present and future. With the sea being so close to our heart, we want to do everything we can to help protect our oceans and make them a better place.

We are very proud to announce that we are working with the Ocean Giants Programme (OGP), an international conservation charity integrating international scientific research with conservation and education, by partnering with Plymouth University to inspire and prepare the next generation of marine scientists, and local conservation NGO groups in Mexico, Tanzania, The Philippines and South Africa, all working to protect the world's largest and most threatened marine species.

These partner NGOs are not only conducting vitally important local research but are also working hard to educate local people, whose livelihoods rely on the sea, in outreach programmes about their local ocean giants and how to protect them. We will post updates on the work they are doing on our social media pages.

OGP is on a mission to inspire a new generation of Ocean Guardians and we want to help spread the word about the threats these amazing species are facing and do our bit to help save them from extinction. 

OGP is working to protect manta rays, whale sharks, whales, dolphins and turtles but the partner NGOs are small and need help to keep their amazing work going. So to help support OGP, we are donating 30p (5%) from each sale of our milk (and soon to drop, vegan-friendly dark) chocolate turtles as part of our 5% for the Oceans pledge. So we would be thrilled if you could join us and become an ocean guardian supporting OGP by buying a box (or 2) of our chocolate turtles!

For more information on the Ocean Giants Programme, visit their social pages on instagram & Facebook or their website www.oceangiantsprogramme.org

To buy a box of milk or vegan-friendly dark chocolate turtles, click here