Our aim is to use cocoa as a creative tool in building an equitable economy.
The cocoa farmers children asked;
What happens to our beans after they leave our farms?
We are here to answer this question, using cocoa as a creative tool in building an equitable economy.
We are a collective of individuals with cocoa farming heritage, cocoa farmers, chocolate makers, trade Justice campaigners and allies along the cocoa value chain who seek to create an equitable economy in cocoa growing communities across West Africa, through cocoa processing and value addition at the basic level of their education.
What we do
We continue to use and explore cocoa as a creative medium. For each product or service purchased, you give back to a cocoa growing community because CHOCOLATE HAS A NAME.Please get in touch. It all begins with a story:
Chocolate has a name School workshops
Kokoo Mindfulness wellbeing sessions
Visit a cocoa farm
In the heart of Ghana, beneath the warm caress of the sun on the cocoa farms of Tetteh Quarshie, lay a story as old as the century-old cocoa trees that had first found their roots in that sacred soil. A tale unfolded—a profound tradition emerged—the sacred golden pod...
"Once I was young, but now, I am old and once too many times, I've been told; He who brings kola brings life. But today, I say; she, who brings cocoa, brings health and wealth and wellbeing." These were the divine words that echoed through the vibrant air, breaking...