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January 28, 2021

Chocolate delivery an ‘essential service’!

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Chocolate deliveries

We need more love, don’t we? Luxe chocolate boutique, Love Byron Bay, are stocked up on everything – especially their Fair Trade, Vegan Certified chocolate Easter Collection to serve everybody who makes Love Byron Bay a ‘must do’ on their holiday checklist.
Now with doors closed, the good chocolate, that literally releases happy hormones, can be ordered online, and delivered to your door Australia wide.
So, if you’re thinking there will be no Easter this year, check out six ways you can make this a magical Easter on love-byronbay.com, and also check out their 40 per cent discount offer on all Easter-themed chocolates and eggs.
Remember, chocolate is great company during isolation – providing love, nutrition, happiness and deliciousness.
You can even pick up orders from the boutique. For one morning only, self-pickup (while we still can) will be available at the chocolate boutique driveway (next to Spar Supermarket on Lawson St, Byron Bay) Friday 3 April, 9am–12noon. All you need to do is place your order on-line at www.love-byronbay.com or email them at [email protected] and use the code ‘HappyEaster’ at the checkout. To meet the safety requirements for self-pickup options your pre-ordered chocolate will be rolled out to the front door where contactless payment is preferred, or you can pre-pay online.
Not all chocolate is the same, and Love Byron Bay offer the real thing, including specialty chocolate crafted to suit any taste and dietary preference: vegan, refined sugar free, gluten free, organic, fair trade, ceremonial, single origin, and raw.
For centuries, chocolate has been known as ‘The food of the gods’ and for very good reason. Quality cacao and chocolate that contains a good amount of cacao solids and butter, and is packed full of antioxidants, magnesium and many other elements of good nutrition – and it triggers those feel good endorphins that makes us feel loved and happy. And who doesn’t need that right now?
Order now in time for Easter at www.love-byronbay.com.
Follow them on Facebook and Instagram lovebyronbayccb to keep up with their other great offers.


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