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Free Shipping on Orders over $40 @ Melba’s Chocolate

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Our Factory store may be closed but our online store is open and ready to take your snack requests …

So, with just a few clicks your treats will be delivered straight to your door!

AND Don't forget we offer FREE shipping for online orders over $40!

Have tried interstate addresses and postage is free for cart over $40, please advise if this doesn’t work for you and I’ll update post.

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    sounds like fun..

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    Do you have packs > 150gm (500gm or 1kg) so that might be better value for some. I would like to order some dark choc covered nuts but the small packs makes them only marginally better value to at the shop (and then have order $40 to get free postage).

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    Fair warning they don't do refrigerated deliveries by the looks of it, which is probably fine in these colder months… But certainly risky in the warmer ones.

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      Do any chocolate companies/factories refrigerate deliveries to retail sales?

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        I know some do, but probably not many.. and it's certainly more of a premium price point.

        Curatorial chocolates I think has a $15 flat rate shipping (still has free delivery over a certain threshold). But again it's more of a premium speciality range.

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          I’m aware of Curatorial Chocolates, but even they don’t send refrigerated couriers. They sent regular couriers and bubble wrap with an ice pack included. Even they won’t send during excessive heat weather.

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    I once received a box of very expensive chocolates as a gift from Thorntons UK. The UPS courier left them outside against a north facing back door with no shading on a 32 degree day. Needless to say, they melted. I complained to UPS and Thorntons. Thorntons agreed to replace the chocolates. I do not know if they got compensated by the UPS who they said was their regular service. It may have helped that it was a corporate gift and they may have not wanted to lose the business.