Madagascar chocolate off to travel!
With the taste of home fly around the world
What is the taste of home?
Madagascar chocolate thinking
I remember the first time I went riding sea
Salty seawater surprised people
Each foot through a gravel are temperature warm again
Seems like cocoa farming manual removal of every single cocoa beans are full temperature life
Chocolate plus sea salt
The taste becomes more moist
Coupled with crushed cocoa beans
Adds chewed fun
This series of chocolate offers the opportunity to learn professional skills of local residents in Africa
In addition to gathering outside the cocoa beans they also learned chocolate making
Residents get not only income
Confidence is a self-sustaining
The first fair trade in Africa made chocolates!
GROWN IN AFRICA. MADE IN AFRICA,
Ingredients: Block 63% cocoa solids, cocoa beans, sugar, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, salt
Net weight: 75 grams
Effective Date: As shown on the packaging (day / month / yyyy)
Country of Origin: Madagascar
Fair for Life Fair Trade Certified ~~ ECO CERT certified organic ~~ Forest Farmed native species cocoa
Madagascar peace team of volunteers, where people fall in love with the city and needing to do more, so start making chocolate in Madagascar. Although seventy percent of the world's cocoa beans from Africa, but before that, it was never really there to make chocolate.
Africa is the key to making products that can really be changed, where the manufacture of chocolate experience also proved true.
Quality and social influence in Africa is a measure of the product's success.
Your participation, the story becomes possible, you are to write the next chapter in Africa.
You know that although Africa to grow 70 percent of the world's cocoa beans, but less than 1 percent of the chocolate manufacturing locally? This is also true of many other crops to achieve the status. Africa planted on 65 percent of the world's vanilla extract but less than 1 percent of the world's vanilla juice. These alarming statistics explains why this continent full of fertile material, but still so poor.
By completely manufactured chocolate in Africa, changing the above situation.
How to achieve? A start giving cocoa farmers technical training and higher wages, and also looking for other material in place of Madagascar, and the actual production of chocolate in this island. So far, from chocolate production to packaging and cocoa ﹑ spices and fruit farming, has created a great sense of income for more than two hundred people.
Proudly adhere to those already existing for centuries and has been established for many years, chocolate manufacturing industry is different.
Madagascar 85% of plants and animals exist nowhere, the island's natural forest is eighty kinds of excellent lemur and more than one thousand kinds of orchids and countless other plants and animals home, the fragile cacao tree also grows in this through appropriate farming techniques to protect the seventy thousand of the cacao tree, the equivalent of two hundred and fifty acres of forest for over sixty-five kinds of plants and animals provide a stable garden. Cocoa and precious agricultural land also followed the growth of forests. This result makes the farmers have sustained livelihoods, as well as those of plants and animals are endangered, with vigorous rich ecosystems can survive.
Madagascar is ranked tenth in the world's poorest countries, the average person a day in order to live with less than one dollar.
By providing machinery and training, as well as in the production of entirely manufactured products!