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Chocolate + cheddar may sound strange, but it's a combo you have to try. Read on to discover your perfect match.
Amidst the debate about the environmental costs of palm oil, Divine continues to do business differently by seeking solutions with palm oil free alternatives.
Read about Konu and Elizabeth who are exemplary of how it's possible to work together to empower their community- which makes the cocoa they produce, an even sweeter product.
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'Best for the World': Divine Chocolate is among world-wide B Corps honored this year for delivering best impact for communities.
In March 2017, Divine Chocolate welcomed to the United States Mercy Zaah, a cocoa farmer from Ghana who was visiting as a representative of Kuapa Kokoo, the farmers’ co-op that co-owns Divine Chocolate. Zaah spoke about how her life is directly impacted by Divine’s commitment to inclusion and giving women cocoa farmers a voice.
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Milestone highlights American support for social enterprises using business as a force for good. In celebration, Divine Chocolate welcomes to the United States Mercy Zaah, a cocoa farmer from Ghana who is visiting as a representative of Kuapa Kokoo, the farmers’ co-op that co-owns Divine Chocolate.
For more than two decades, Divine Chocolate and the Kuapa Kokoo Farmers’ Cooperative in Ghana have shared a commitment to empowering women. Together, they are helping women in cocoa farming develop the skills and confidence to grow better cocoa, build better communities—and thrive in business.
B Corp™ Certification for Divine Chocolate highlights a continued commitment to ethical and sustainable business practices. .