Easter Weekend Hours

For the Easter weekend, our kitchen location (1131 St. Clair West) will be:

  • Closed on Friday, April 3

  • Open on Saturday, April 4 from 12 to 5

  • Closed on Sunday, April 5

  • Closed on Monday, April 6 (but we’ll still be at Sorauren Farmers’ Market)

Plus, we’ll be at our usual farmers’ markets (Wychwood + Evergreen Brick Works) on Saturday the 4th!

ChocoSol Mega Chocolate Bunny 2015 600grams

Chocolate Bunnies are Back!

Spring has sprung and ChocoSol’s solid chocolate bunnies are back! We’ve got 4 options for you plus a weekly giveaway.

1) Small bunny with 5 eggs (62g): $6

ChocoSol Small Chocolate Bunny w 5 Eggs 2015 62grams
2) Medium bunny (135g): $10
ChocoSol Medium Chocolate Bunny 2015 135grams (2)
3) Tall bunny (150g): $13
ChocoSol Tall Chocolate Bunny 2015 150grams (2)
4) Mega bunny (600g): $35
ChocoSol Mega Chocolate Bunny 2015 600grams

PLUS: Share, like, or retweet any of the bunny photos we post on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram (@ChocoSolTraders) to be entered in a weekly draw for one of our bunnies (draw dates: March 21, 28, & April 4)!

Like all ChocoSol chocolates, our chocolate bunnies are made with direct trade, organic cacao, and are free from nuts, soy, dairy, gluten, and animal products.

April 1: Talk & Tasting at Durham College

ChocoSol’s Founder, Michael Sacco, will be visiting Durham College’s Centre for Food to give a presentation on the teachings of the Maya and forest gardens; current research on the spiritual ecology of the forest garden and polyculture in Mexico; and how ChocoSol is locally engaging in this research in Ontario in the form of our ChocoSoil project. Sample our delicious mochas and xocolatl (Mayan drinking chocolate). Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase ChocoSol products at the event.

Full event details: http://www.durhamcollege.ca/evite/20150317-chocosol-workshop-v4.html

Local, Sustainable Maiz Symposium & Dinner

Hosted by ChocoSol Traders and Mad Mexican


Learn about the historical and cultural significance of maiz (corn) and the Mesoamerican Indigenous knowledge associated with this symbolic grain.

Experience how ChocoSol draws from Indigenous teachings by joining us for a delicious dinner. Enjoy a 6-course local, sustainable menu inspired by the eco-gastronomy of the 3 sisters: corn, squash, and beans. All food will be prepared with vegan and/or local sustainable ingredients only. Non-alcoholic beverages included. Cash bar available.

Date: Wednesday, March 25th
Time: 5:30 – 7:30pm
Location: Mad Mexican Taco House (383 Jane Street, Toronto)
Price: $50 per person

Tickets available from www.universe.com/chocosol-maiz-symposium