We carefully source the finest cacao in the world from farms that reflect our core values.
Like wine or coffee, the origin of each bar has a unique, bold flavor.
We roast lightly to avoid bitterness and bring out the flavor of each origin.
Every piece of our packaging is either compostable, biodegradable, or recyclable.
Located in Bundibugyo, Western Uganda, Semuliki Forest cacao is grown by 1,002 organic smallholder farmers in the region, 52% of whom are women. Latitude Trade Co. (LTC), the company that processes and exports this cacao, has organized 6 rural collection points for farmers to access. Beans are fermented in 500kg boxes for 5.5-6.5 days. After that, the cacao is sun-dried on portable raised racks for 6-7 days and blended to create consistent lots before export.
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Field-gathered flower pollen packed by worker honeybees. Our bee pollen granules come from our friends at Jacobsen Salt Co and they're fresh, pure, raw, and delicious.
Harvested from Netarts Bay on the Oregon Coast, Jacobsen Salt Co.'s flake salt is bright and briny with a delicate crunch.
Made from organic sugar cane grown in South America. The cane juice, rich in molasses, vitamins and minerals, is squeezed from fresh sugar cane, evaporated and crystallized.
Our chocolate is made without the use of additional flavor additives or emulsifiers, such as vanilla or soy lecithin. We like to stay true to the unique flavor of each cacao origin.