A swap for those who knit or crochet!
I think the melting is normally only an issue in spring/summer. I have mailed chocolate in several packages without a problem. If you are concerned it could be too warm at your location or your destination, you could put the chocolate in a Ziplock baggie so that if it does melt, it doesn't hurt anything else in the package.
I always mail chocolate ('cause of course, what's life without chocolate?) and haven't ever had a problem--but the ziploc is a great idea--
You could always just eat the chocolate yourself, to prevent a mishap :)
I've both sent and received chocolate in swaps without any problems. In warm seasons, I pop chocolate in the fridge when I receive it.
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