Where do the cacao beans used in your chocolates come from?

Our chocolate is made from cacao beans sourced from six provinces in southern Vietnam: Dak Lak, Lam Dong, Dong Nai, Ba Ria, Tien Giang, and Ben Tre. Each region imparts its unique flavor characteristics to the beans, enriching the diversity of our single-origin chocolate bars.

Are you committed to an ethical approach when it comes to sourcing your chocolate?

Yes, we are deeply committed to an ethical approach in sourcing our chocolate. Our philosophy centers on building long-term, direct relationships with small-scale farmers and fermenters in Vietnam. We ensure fair pricing, well above the average commodity market rates, providing financial stability and support to our producers. Additionally, our approach emphasizes sustainable farming practices, encouraging biodiversity and minimal chemical use.

Are you Fairtrade certified?

Marou Chocolate is not officially Fairtrade certified. We believe that our ethical and sustainable practices go beyond the standard Fairtrade requirements. That's why we have established our own label, "DOING GOOD & TASTING GOOD," which reflects our commitment to both exceptional quality and responsible sourcing.

Do you use organic ingredients?

While our focus is on high-quality, sustainable ingredients, our chocolates are not certified organic. We work closely with small-scale Vietnamese farmers who employ environmentally friendly practices, including diverse crop cultivation and minimal chemical use. This approach aligns with organic principles, but we prioritize direct support and fair pricing for farmers over the cost and process of organic certification.

How can I find out more about the possible presence of allergens in your products?

For specific allergen details, it's best to check the packaging of each product, as it will provide the most accurate and up-to-date information. If you have particular concerns or need more detailed information, feel free to contact us directly.

Do you use soy lecithin in your chocolates?

Our chocolates do not contain soy lecithin. We are committed to keeping our chocolates as pure and natural as possible, focusing on the rich, distinct flavors of our single-origin cacao. By avoiding additives like soy lecithin, we ensure a more authentic and high-quality chocolate experience.

Do Marou chocolate contain palm oil?

No, we do not contain palm oil. In our commitment to using locally sourced Vietnamese ingredients, we opt for coconut oil instead, aligning with our dedication to quality and regional authenticity.

How and where are Marou chocolates made?

We make our chocolates in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Our production process is a careful blend of traditional methods and modern techniques, beginning with sourcing the finest cacao beans from local Vietnamese farmers. Each step, from roasting the beans to the final packaging, is meticulously managed to ensure the highest quality in every chocolate bar we produce.

How long can I store my chocolates for? How should I store them?

To ensure the best quality and flavor, it's recommended to store our chocolates in a cool, dry place, ideally between 18°C and 24°C. Check our packaging for specific shelf-life details.

I have an allergy. Is Marou safe for me to eat?

If you have allergies, please refer to our packaging for allergen information. Despite our high production standards, the possibility of cross-contamination exists.

Do Marou chocolate is suitable for those with allergies, vegan, vegetarian, halal, kosher?

Our chocolates are generally suitable for vegetarians and many are vegan-friendly. We mainly avoid animal products, except for specific varieties containing dairy. While not certified halal or kosher, we encourage checking the ingredient list for specific dietary needs and are available for further inquiries.

Do you offer free shipping?

Yes, indeed! We provide free shipping for orders over 75€ within France and 130€ for other destinations in Europe. This free shipping automatically applies when you hit the minimum spend.

How long will it take to arrive if I order online?

We aim to process orders within 3-4 business days.

However, during busy times it might take up to a week. Thanks for your understanding! After shipping, expect your chocolate in 3-5 business days, although it can vary based on your location.

Generally, your treats should be with you within 7-10 days from ordering.

Note: holidays and weather might affect transit times.

What if there’s an issue with my order? What is your return policy?

No worries, just head over to our refund page for all the details on handling order issues or returns.

Which payment methods do you accept?

We accept all major credit cards.

How do I adjust or cancel my order?

Quickly respond to your order confirmation email if you need any changes. Once shipped, we can’t make changes or redirect orders. Double-check your shipping details before confirming your order.

I'd like to place a really big order, who do I contact?

Fantastic! Drop us a line at sales-fr@marouchocolate.com, and we’ll sort everything out.

Can I get assistance while creating my order?

Reach out through our website’s contact form, and we'll get back to you ASAP.

The shipment received does not match my order. What should I do?

If something's not right, let our customer service know through the contact form on our website within 48 hours of receipt.

My order is late, what can I do?

If your chocolates are taking their sweet time, contact us through our site, and we'll chase it up for you.

The item I received was broken or melted. What should I do?

We're sorry to hear that! Despite our careful packaging, accidents happen. Please visit our Refund page to find out how we can resolve this.

Do you ship internationally?

At the moment, we only ship within Europe. But you can likely find our chocolates in specialty stores near you. Have a look at our "Where to Find Us?" page to find a retailer close by.

Where can I buy Marou chocolate?

We're in over 30 countries! Check out our "Where to Find Us?" page to find a nearby shop with our chocolates.