Divine Chocolate is the only fairtrade chocolate company co-owned by cocoa farmers. 🍫 The cocoa farmers based in Ghana, own 45% of the business, meaning they receive a considerable share of Divine’s profits and a stronger voice in the cocoa industry. Divine is also a certified B Corporation meaning they meet highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose
Divine Chocolate also have a 100% organic, vegan, certified fairtrade selection of chocolate which you can check out here.
A snapshot of Divine Chocolate's sustainability journey so far.
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