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Where does Fairtrade hot chocolate come from?

Where does Fairtrade hot chocolate come from?

Similar to our fair trade chocolate, Traidcraft source only the finest organic cocoa from producers in developing countries. Our fair trade cocoa comes from Fundopol in the Dominican Republic and Divine chocolate sources their cocoa from Kuapa Kokoo in Ghana.

What countries does Fairtrade chocolate come from?

The ideal climate for growing cocoa is hot, rainy, and tropical, with lush vegetation to provide shade for the cocoa trees. Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire are the top selling countries, with Côte d’Ivoire supplying 40% of the global trade.

Who made fair trade chocolate?

Traidcraft sold Mascao bars throughout the 1990s, and at the eventually developed their own Traidcraft branded fair trade chocolate bar.

Is fair trade chocolate really fair trade?

Yes. Fair trade certification requires sustainable production. This means that fair trade chocolate was produced using cacao that was sustainably grown and harvested, which means chemicals and pesticides are rarely used.

Where does Fairtrade coffee come from?

Since its origins in Mexico, the campaign has expanded across the globe and now every country that produces coffee beans has Fair trade certified farmers. This includes: Brazil, Peru, Honduras, Vietnam, Colombia and Indonesia.

How is fair trade cocoa made?

The chocolate-making process entails farming and cultivation, fermentation, roasting, grinding the ingredients twice and tempering.

What countries are involved in Fairtrade?


  • Belize.
  • Bolivia.
  • Colombia.
  • Costa Rica.
  • Dominican Republic.
  • Ethiopia.
  • Ghana.
  • Where does fair trade tea come from?

    Traidcraft fair trade tea comes from carefully selected smallholder farmers in East Africa. A lot of tea is produced on large plantations and estates across India, East Africa, and Sri Lanka, and is picked by employed labourers who work long hours for notoriously low wages.

    Where is chocolate produced in Australia?

    About cocoa Australian distribution: cocoa is grown near Darwin in the NT, in North Queensland and in north-west Western Australia.

    What makes a Fairtrade hot chocolate so good?

    Luxurious, rich and smooth, our hot chocolates are truly delectable. Not only that, they’ve got a conscience too – both are made with Fairtrade cocoa and sugar. Simple to prepare by adding hot water or milk – it is perfect for cosying up with on a cold day or for a spot of evening indulgence.

    Which is the first ice cream maker to use Fairtrade cocoa?

    The first ice cream maker in the world to use Fairtrade certified ingredients. Pure cocoa for real chocolates. All of Clipper’s luxuriously smooth hot chocolate use Fairtrade cocoa powder. Fairtrade hot chocolate available.

    Is there a fair trade chocolate bar from Cadbury?

    Cadbury, is known to be affiliated with fair trade, despite heving only a few of it’s chocolate bars certified (it only has a few of one flavour certified). This misconception is largely due to media hype and lack of onsumer awareness. The first problem explained above is also something cadbury faces.

    Which is the first chocolate to carry the Fairtrade Mark?

    Fairtrade hot chocolate available. In 1994 Green & Black’s Maya Gold was the first chocolate in the UK to carry the FAIRTRADE Mark. The Holland & Barrett Chocolate Advent Calendar is filled with 24 yummy, organic and dairy-free chocolates. Award winning Fairtrade drinking chocolate. The lighter way to enjoy chocolate. Cocoa nibs, butter and powder.

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