Kallari. In the Ecuadorian Amazon, the Kichwa families created a co-op of farmers in 1997 and in only 14 years they include over 850 member families who work together to protect the environment that allows cacao trees to flourish as well as empower their own communities to survive the onslaught of big companies who could come in and "develop" the area.
These bars tasted different in part because the amount of sugar changed in each one from 11g in the 70% down to 5g in the 85%. The Kallari website tells us that they grow several species of cacao trees and they blend the beans together to create the different flavors. There is no cholesterol nor sodium in these bars but they do have saturated fats, naturally more for the darker chocolate, and a decent amount of fiber per bar at 8 grams. Low fat, no, but some fat is good for you and some is necessary to live healthy. You'd do a lot worse with a lot of other bars of chocolate than this trio.
Would you like to help those who grow the cacao that turns into your chocolate, Sisters and Brothers? Kallari is another company that does just that. Furthermore the bars they sent us are high quality, cocoa buzz inducing chocolate. Kallari hires the title of Sacrament from The Chocolate Cult. Figuring out where to purchase Kallari is a bit tricky since they don't sell directly to you, the buying public. But you can find them online at Chocosphere or you can search for your state at this website.