Category Archives: Cocao Plantation

Its all about chocolate and cocoa with a conscience.

Cocoa Of Excellence

Cocoa of Excellence Programme     Empowering a new generation                  of cocoa pioneers         Recognizing exceptional flavours & know-how, whilst preserving cacao diversity

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Bienvenue – Sadé, Chocolat fait main

Bienvenue chez Sadé, “faiseurs de chocolat” entièrement artisanal.Nous torréfions, décortiquons et broyons à la main nos fèves de cacao cultivées avec soin dans des petites plantations en Colombie.

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This Chocolate Company Helps Save Endangered Lemurs in Madagascar

Brooklyn-based Madécasse has created a safe haven for the animals in their cacao plantations.
Chocolate: Humans have been eating for almost 4,000 years and we love it so much we go out of our way to try convince ourselves it’s actually the healthiest food on the planet. But, what if the delicious chocolate we crave could do more than just taste good (or possibly benefit our brains when consumed in the correct quantities)? For instance, what if your favorite chocolate also benefitted local endangered species? Well, that’s exactly what Brooklyn-based Madécasse is doing with lemurs in Madagascar.

“90 percent of Madagascar’s plants and animals are indigenous, but so many of the trees have been cut down and so many of the species are dying out,” says Madécasse’s marketing director, Sarah Shah. “So what we’re finding is that since we’re working with the farmers to plant more of these trees and replenish areas that are deforested, we’re also creating a natural habitat for endangered species.”

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“De la tierra,del árbol,de la finca,a la barra…”

De la tierra,del árbol,de la finca,a la barra.Prueba el sabor de nuestra tierra, planeta…

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“The taste of chocolate depends on a number of factors…”

“The taste of chocolate depends on a number of factors such as the genetics of the cacao bean, as well as how much time you leave it to ferment and dry. This is what really makes the difference. It’s not about the mix-ins”. Local producers like the Arhuaco people are learning how to do it working hand by hand with our experts.

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Cacao is normally a full-family affair. But it can be rare to see…”

We’re proud 🙌🏽to work with 21 badass primary female 👩🏽‍🌾farmers in Belize. Cacao is normally a full-family affair. But it can be rare to see women taking the lead on representing the family externally to buyers like @mayamountain. 👒 off to all the 💪🏽 #women out there who are both farming and raising 👶🏽 #Belize #cacao #chocolate#girlpower #farmlikeagirl

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