While some may consider Women’s Day a “minor holiday,” zChocolat considers it a major opportunity to recognize the countless contributions made by women. It’s especially near and dear to us because zChocolat owes its very existence to the influence of an extraordinary woman:




Double Chocolate on All Products


To help celebrate, we will double the number of chocolate assortments included with any online purchase (excluding already discounted products and VIP complimentary assortments). For example, if you order the zBox 22 Truffles (a Woman’s Day top-seller), we will send you an additional 22 truffles free of charge. Prefer chocolates from the Numbered Collection? Order the Diamond box, for example, (3 assortments of 15 chocolates each in a polished mahogany box) and receive an additional 3 assortments of chocolates on the side for a total of 90 chocolates!


Truffles – On Every Woman’s Wish List


Simplify your Women’s Day shopping by selecting something that’s at the top of every woman’s wish list–fine French chocolate. And at the very top of the list for many women are zChocolat’s exceptional dark chocolate truffles. Each box of truffles features our world-renowned hazelnut praline surrounded by a layer of luscious single-origin dark cocoa. Finished off with a kiss of pleasantly bitter Criollo cocoa powder, it’s a perennial Women’s Day top-seller that’s strikingly luxurious and sure to be appreciated.


A Not-to-be-missed Offer for Men AND Women


Unlike Valentine’s Day with its compulsory gifting and romantic overtones, Women’s Day is the perfect opportunity to truly recognize the women in your life and thank them for their outstanding contributions. It’s an unexpected gesture that’s sure to underscore your genuine affection. Whether you’re a man looking to acknowledge a spouse, friend, sister, or co-worker, or a woman looking for a well-deserved personal indulgence or a way to thank someone who has been an inspiration this special double chocolate offer is an excellent chance to share even more of the world’s finest chocolates at an exceptional value.


How to Receive Your Double Chocolate?


Simply place your order on the zChocolat website and you’ll automatically qualify for the extra assortments–no coupon code required. To take advantage of this special offer, we must receive your order online before 11:59 pm PST on March 8.


International Delivery for Women’s Day

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zChocolat ships chocolates to virtually every location on the planet, typically within 1-3 days. To schedule delivery on Women’s Day, select March 8 as the delivery date during check-out. Of course, unlike Valentine’s Day or certain other holidays, the exact delivery date is less critical for Women’s Day gifts. If March 8 is no longer available, simply select the next available date and know that she will appreciate the thought regardless of when the gift arrives.


World-class Customer Service

If you have any questions about the Women’s Day promotion or if there is any other way we can assist you, please feel free to contact us.






Original Gift Ideas for Woman’s Day

To honor women on this day of March 8th, finding an unusual gift idea is a much more unexpected and symbolic act than an anniversary or Valentine’s Day for example. The recipient will be grateful for this elegant and attentive approach.

No need to fall into the cliché of flowers and jewelry, send him one of our luxury chocolate boxes to delight him. Boxes that you can customize to his effigy or to further support the consideration you give him. In fact, you can have his name engraved, add his photo to the box, add his initials on the gift wrapper and put a small message on a greeting card.

Corporate gifts for women’s day

Presenting a gift is not just for your couple or family on this day. If you are an entrepreneur, doing a small gesture to your employees (women) will be greatly appreciated and will create cohesion and team spirit. It is therefore possible to order one of our many lots of chocolate gifts to please the female gentleman, do not hesitate to visit our shop.

To which countries should I send a gift for Women’s Day?

Our service ships the same day your gift for Women’s Day and has it delivered in a few days to almost all the countries of the world such as: Morocco, USA, Canada, Russia, Australia, United Kingdom, Ireland, Vietnam etc… all perfectly protected from shocks and temperatures.

What’s woman’s day? What’s the date?

International Women’s Day is celebrated in many countries around the world. It is a day when women are recognized for their achievements regardless of division, whether they are national, economic, ethnic, linguistic, cultural or political. International Women’s Day was born out of the activities of trade union movements at the turn of the 20th century in North America and throughout Europe.

Since those early years, International Women’s Day has taken on a new global dimension for women in both developed and developing countries. The growing international women’s movement, which has been strengthened by four United Nations world conferences on women, has helped to make the commemoration a rallying point for support for women’s rights and women’s participation in the political and economic spheres.

Which countries celebrate it?

IWD is now celebrated in more than 100 countries and is an official holiday in Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, China (for women only), Cuba, Georgia, Guinea-Bissau, Eritrea, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Madagascar (for women only), Uganda, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Nepal (for women only), Uganda, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Nepal (for women only) and Uganda.

The quotes used to wish a happy woman’s day?

The great women of history have been taken as models to picture this 8 March with many quotes that adorn social networks on the coming day, here are some examples:

  • “extremists have shown what frightens them the most: a girl with a book” – Malala Yousafzai
  • “women who behave well rarely make history” – Eleanor Roosevelt
  • “You should never let your fears stop you from doing what you think is right” – Aung San Suu Kyi
  • “Always be a first-class version of yourself instead of someone else’s second-class version” – Judy Garland
  • “If women are better than men, I can’t say but I can say they are certainly not worse” – Golda Meir

The story of the woman’s day


The first National Women’s Day was celebrated in the United States on February 28. The Socialist Party of America proclaimed the day in honour of the 1908 garment workers’ strike in New York City, where women protested against working conditions.


The Socialist International, meeting in Copenhagen, instituted an international Women’s Day to honour the women’s rights movement and to secure support for the achievement of universal suffrage for women. The proposal was welcomed with the unanimous approval of the conference, which brought together more than 100 women from 17 countries, including the first three women elected to the Finnish Parliament. No fixed date has been set for compliance with this rule.


Following the Copenhagen initiative, International Women’s Day was celebrated for the first time (19 March) in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland, where more than one million women and men took part in rallies. In addition to the right to vote and hold public office, they claim women’s right to work, to vocational training and to end discrimination in the workplace.


International Women’s Day has also become a mechanism for protest against the First World War. As part of the peace movement, Russian women celebrated their first International Women’s Day on the last Sunday of February. Elsewhere in Europe, on or around 8 March of the following year, women held rallies to protest the war or express solidarity with other activists.


In the context of the war, women in Russia again chose to protest and strike for “Bread and Peace” on the last Sunday of February (which fell on the Gregorian calendar on 8 March). Four days later, the tsar abdicated and the interim government granted women the right to vote.


The United Nations began celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8 during the International Year of Women 1975.


In December 1977, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution proclaiming the United Nations Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace, which Member States should celebrate every day of the year, in accordance with their historical and national traditions.