Crafted With Love and Served With A Smile
Welcome to Russell Stover Chocolates, where we've been crafting delicious, high-quality chocolates for over 100 years. Our chocolates are made with the finest ingredients and a dedication to traditional craftsmanship, ensuring a truly indulgent experience with every bite. Shop our online store or find a retail location near you to experience the decadent pleasure of Russell Stover Chocolates.
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Russell Stover Chocolates was founded in 1923
Whitman's was founded in 1842
Russell Stover apart as a company are their commitment to using certified sustainable ingredients and their dedication to producing handcrafted chocolates that are made with care and attention to detail.
Russell Stover is a well-established and reputable chocolate company that offers high-quality, handcrafted chocolates with a focus on sustainability and ethical sourcing practices.
Russell Stover is dedicated to making a positive impact on the community through their philanthropic efforts and partnerships, and their commitment to giving back is an important part of their brand identity.
Partnering with organizations like Feeding America, USO, Wounded Warrior Project, medical research through partnerships with organizations like St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the American Heart Association. Supporting education through partnerships with local schools and literacy programs, as well as offering scholarships for college-bound students.
Russell Stover has made a commitment to sustainability and ethical sourcing practices for their chocolate products. Some of the steps they have taken towards sustainability include
Sourcing cocoa beans from certified sustainable farms through programs like Rainforest Alliance Certified and UTZ Certified. These programs promote environmental sustainability, social responsibility, and economic viability for farmers.
Using 100% certified sustainable palm oil in their products to reduce the impact of palm oil production on deforestation and wildlife habitat loss.
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions and energy use in their production facilities through initiatives like using renewable energy sources and optimizing transportation and logistics.
Implementing waste reduction and recycling programs in their production facilities and offices to minimize their environmental footprint.