SANDRA´S CACAO (Rawö cacao)

knowledge, sustainability and quality

Jenrry is a Bribri boy who sometimes helps his granmother in the harvest

  • Cacao from Talamanca

  • Cacao has always been a key food in the ceremonies of the Bribri and Cabecar indigenous people. The women of the tribes used these baskets to carry cacao fruits.
  • We support local

  • Cacao cultivation has been a traditional livelihood of the indigenous and farmers people. They form a local organization of farmers.
  • What is the difference between raw cacao and dried cacao?

  • Raw cacao (left) is dehydrated at controlled temperatures to preserve nutrients while dried cacao (right) is fermented and dried.

Cacao from Talamanca

Cacao has always been a key food in the ceremonies of the Bribri and Cabecar indigenous people. The women of the tribes used these baskets to carry cacao fruits.

We support local

Cacao cultivation has been a traditional livelihood of the indigenous and farmers people. They form a local organization of farmers.

What is the difference between raw cacao and dried cacao?

Raw cacao (left) is dehydrated at controlled temperatures to preserve nutrients while dried cacao (right) is fermented and dried.

Nutritious and Healthy

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