Grammy-winning band Train has teamed up with the Ghirardelli Chocolate Company to create a line of chocolate bars with branding from their fifth album "Save Me, San Francisco."
The line of Save Me, San Francisco chocolate bars debuted on the “Today” show Friday and includes three flavors–Dark Cabernet, Sea Salt Almond and 72% Cacao Dark Chocolate.
All proceeds from the first production of the chocolate bars will go to the San Francisco, Calif., charity, Family House, which helps families of seriously ill children find housing.
"Life is sweet. We honor our San Francisco roots and help a great Bay Area charity (Family House) at the same time," says Pat Monahan, lead singer and songwriter, Train. "Partnering with Ghirardelli on the Save Me, San Francisco chocolate is a dream come true that tastes incredible."
Save Me, San Francisco chocolate bars are now available at all Ghirardelli Chocolate & Ice Cream shops, as well on the Ghirardelli website and at www.savemesanfrancisco.com.
Train also recently launched a wine company Save Me, San Francisco Wine, with wines named after their best-known albums and songs.
The band is currently on tour for its sixth album “California 37,” which was released this year.