Cocoa was an important part of the culture in many Latin American countries and naturally appeared in the harmonious interplay of fauna and flora. The industrialization of cocoa led to the partial extermination of noble cocoa plants, which were replaced with easy-to-grow plants that can be sold at the lowest prices.
Today, however, there are many communities that have grown the fine cocoa again. Many local bean-to-bar manufacturers from all over the world use this cocoa and thus ensure a price that is many times higher.
Here you will find chocolate bars with cocoa beans from Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Bolivia and Brazil.