"Bone Appetit" and "R.I.P." they are called.
Both bars are wrapped in a 100% recycled paper internal wrapper and a light cardboard box on the outside; materials are 100% recyclable and the packing materials for the shipment I received was minimal which I like a lot. Remember cacao trees grow only a very narrow band around the Earth so anything we can do to protect that band, like slow global warming or control deforrestation may help preserve chocolate, too, and help control the prices. These bars are very reasonable priced for this size of 3.5oz. You can find them in some stores but also order them online -- that has an email you can contact.
These might seem like big bars to be handing out to trick o' treaters but my grandmother always has later candy bars for her grandkids. Think of these as special treats for the special kids and adults in your life. Remember that our tastebuds change as we age so these are most likely to appeal to older kids and adults. For the quality, the price, lack of artificial ingredients, and the packaging, these two Halloween bars from Praim this year get a thumbs as a great Sacrament choice for you all, Sisters and Brothers.