We wanted to create an alternative to energy drinks.— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
It combines two of mankind’s favourite things into one.— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
We’re launching caffeinated chocolate milk… we’ve also developed caffeinated hot chocolate…— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
Zang Chocolate Cofounders Jethro Braun and Brett Horwitz has just the thing for you – caffeinated chocolate!
Every bar of Zang Chocolate has about the same dose of caffeine as a strong cup of coffee or 250ml can of energy drink.
It may just be tastiest way to get your fix.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
Caffeine and chocolate… it’s the coolest thing we’ve ever heard of!— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
My first business was a DJ business.— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
The quality of chocolate we produce in South Africa is very good.— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
There’s less than a teaspoon of sugar in our Zangs.— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
Pick n Pay is really supportive of small businesses.— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
The branding was created by the founder of Bos Iced Tea…— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
Zang stands for ‘kiff’ or ‘cool’.— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
We’ve raised millions…— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
We came out of UCT with not the strictest mind-set.— Jethro Braun, Zang Chocolate
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