4 Chocolate Bars Too Pretty to Eat

Sometimes I yammer too much. So rather than write a long story about how we judge books (and chocolate bars!) by their cover, today I’m going to let the labels speak for themselves. Here are four of the prettiest craft chocolate packages in the country.


Ritual just redesigned their packaging, and the Southwestern-inspired theme fits with the company’s Utah roots.

Dick Taylor

Dick Taylor enlisted the help of co-founder Dustin Taylor’s brother, a designer, to create a label that’s “like the 1890s, but simple.”


Dandelion designed its own handmade paper for their delicate wrappers.

French Broad

French Broad recently redesigned their packaging to look like a book; collect all the bars for a complete library.

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