working with farmers

The cocoa industry is notorious for unethical practices; from its roots in colonisation to modern day slavery today. Thus it is critical that we ensure we know where the beans that make our special treats come from.

We address these issues by focusing on traceability and ethical practices.


As a chocolate maker, one of the most vital links in our strive for sustainability is fairness to growers.

The sustainability of chocolate relies heavily on the growers who provide the cocoa beans from which chocolate is made. The empowerment and ethical treatment of farmers is therefore of utmost importance.

We work with farmers to ensure that our beans are being produced and harvested by workers who have good working conditions and fair wages.


For chocolate to be sustainable it is crucial that sustainable partnerships be formed with growers which will ensure the empowerment of the growers.

the farms

Learn more about the farms our beans come from

17 Bayview Avenue,
Grove Park,
South Oropouche,
Trinidad and Tobago,
Tel: 1-868-677-3455
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