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.

Latest news from the blog

Last month, Divine’s Head of Sales, Troy Pearley, went to Ghana to attend Kuapa Kokoo’s annual general meeting, meet with farmers, and witness the achievements of Kuapa Kokoo first hand. Read about his trip!
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.
Community garden organizer Niraj Ray talks about the sustainable and local food movement.
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.
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.
Whole Foods Market awards Divine Chocolate with a 2013 Supplier Award.
Kuapa Kokoo farmers Christiana and Afriye have arrived in the last stop of their Farmer Tour; Seattle! Follow our events and enter to win a Divine gift basket and products from Alaffia.