All good things come to an end. Now it is time for me to return to Europe. But rest assured!
The pruning of cacao trees is essential in the management of a cacao field. When done efficiently, pruning helps to
The last few weeks of my cocoa trail are spent at the Ecuadorean government’s agricultural research institute INIAP, an acronym
After several months learning about the intricacies of Peru’s cacao production and the producer-supply chain, I decided it was time
I am now in the Northern tip of Peru, where you can find Peru’s special white cacao, a genetic variety
Immediately after the “Salon de Cacao y Chocolate”, I was invited by the organising committee to visit the area where
The other day I was fortunate enough to be able to join a group of agricultural students to develop my
Now that the beans have passed the cut test, it is time to find out what flavours and other characteristics