Just Cacao

100% Pure Ceremonial Grade Just Cacao - Rich Venezuelan Blend.

€24
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Just Cacao … Same gorgeous product with upgraded new packaging 💫

Who doesn't love Cacao?

We certainly do!

For those who appreciate her heart-opening and uplifting Spirit, we have received beautiful and natural high grade Ceremonial Cacao from Venezuela.

Perfect for Cacao ceremonies, amazing, magical hot chocolate, or blissful energy balls.

Whatever you want, the sky is the limit!

 

Gluten Free & Vegan

A rich and warming Venezuelan cacao blend to help re-energise your body and mind! 

 

Serving Suggestion 

Ingredients: 

Approx. 25g of Ceremonial grade cacao pieces 

100-200ml of hot water or milk of choice 

Optional-Sweetener (raw honey or vanilla extract work well) 

Method:  

If using a nutribullet/blender: Add the cacao to the hot water/hot milk and blend. 

If using a saucepan: Add the cacao and keep stirring it into the milk/water until the cacao melts and has a smooth consistency.  

Please note using a hand blender or nutribullet gives that frothy beautiful bubbly finish.

Country of origin - Venezuela. 

Packaged and shipped by Just Cacao from Dublin, Ireland. 

FARMERS OF VENEZUELAN CACAO

JUST CACAO  finds it origins in Venezuela where our Cacao is planted, grown, picked and processed by family farmers. They are all part of the “PLAN MÁS CACAO” project which is a plan of growth for the farmers of Venezuelan cacao, to improve their quality of life through the productivity of the land, giving advice for handling the crops or by presence and direct contact with them.

This social program promotes sustainable development by promoting social inclusion and providing lasting economic growth for the farmers. The plan seeks to generate greater well-being for workers and farmers. This social program promotes sustainable development by promoting social inclusion and providing lasting economic growth for the farmers. 

The plan is committed to taking special care of the environment, working on improving productivity levels in Cacao areas and seeking to improve the levels of fermentation, drying and traceability of cacao, vital to obtain fine Cacao products. 

The committed approach to improve the quality of life of farmers comes from new training schedules on efficient agronomic management and increased productivity indexes, pruning of shade management, plantation renovation, technical support, strengthening of post-harvest and its traceability resulting in a sustained improvement in the quality of life of associated farmers. 

The implementation of this project will improve the competitiveness of the cacao sector in Venezuela through the development of technological, organisational and institutional innovations that will directly benefit 500 farmers totalling 2,000 people including their families and, with the objective to reach 3,000 farmers in the medium term totalling ~ 12,000 people including their families and deliver benefit in terms of sustainability and inclusion, facilitating the entry of Venezuelan cacao to differentiated markets worldwide in the process. 

In Latin America and the Caribbean, cacao is grown from Mexico to Brazil. Approximately 90% of the production is grown by family farmers, a sector that still has a high level of atomisation and a low level of organisation and integration into the value chain. These family farmers turn to middlemen to commercialise the grain, who in turn sell it to large companies. A few multinational companies concentrate both the transformation and the production of chocolate.

The “PLAN MÁS CACAO” project does not present negative environmental impacts. It is expected that the strengthening of capacities in the generation of validated models of sustainable Cacao production will collaborate with the development of new innovations that improve adaptation to environmental matters, and therefore productivity, food security, the well-being of family farmers, and the final consumer. The generation of new knowledge will reduce the negative impact on the environment, and therefore the vulnerability to any potential risk.

The implementation of this project will improve the competitiveness of the Cacao sector in Venezuela through the development of technological, organisational and institutional innovations that will directly and indirectly benefit 500 farmers totalling ~ 2,000 people including their families and, with the objective to reach 3,000 farmers in the medium term totalling ~ 1 2,000 people including their families and deliver the benefit that we propose in terms of sustainability and inclusion, facilitating the entry of Venezuelan cocoa to differentiated markets worldwide in the process.


*500g option may come as two 250g packets, totalling 500g.

 

 

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