When it comes to the weekend or a relaxing night in, there’s nothing quite like sitting down to enjoy a bar of Divine Chocolate. There’s a whole lot more to describing chocolate than simply labelling it as white, milk or dark; bitter or sweet.

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As a communication officer of Kuapa Kokoo, I shadowed the Independent National Electoral Committee (INEC) which is mandated to organise the Kuapa elections. My mission was to capture scenes and report on how the elections were proceeding.
Help us get the word out about the Divine Bicycle Challenge and enter to win a year of delicious Divine treats.
Learn about Kuapa Kokoo farmer Mercy Zaah.
Learn more about our relationship with SERRV from their Director of Marketing, Serena Soto.
Download our Beer and Chocolate guide by Chris O'Brien featuring selections from New York City breweries.
Community garden organizer Niraj Ray talks about the sustainable and local food movement.
Enter to win a year of Divine treats.
Divine Chocolate is delighted to announce that Kuapa Kokoo Farmers Union has nominated Ms Fatima Ali as Interim President of the Union after the passing of the elected President Madam Christiana Ohene-Agyare.
Download our Beer and Chocolate guide by Chris O'Brien featuring selections from Mid-Atlantic breweries.
Several NYC bloggers and bakers participated in the NYC Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry at the Brooklyn Flea. Read their recipes and enter to win a Divine Baking Range.