Beyond Good Chocolate Bars | Variety 3 Pack Uganda


Price: $14.99
(as of Mar 06,2022 02:34:29 UTC – Details)



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Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 7.48 x 3.86 x 1.69 inches; 9.14 Ounces
UPC ‏ : ‎ 898575003027
Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Madecasse
ASIN ‏ : ‎ B08TQNXQWP

SINGLE ORIGIN UGANDA CHOCOLATE – We purchase organic cocoa from farmers in Bundibugyo District in Western Uganda, notable for its rich, earthy dark chocolate flavor with notes of apricot and cinnamon.
CERTIFIED DIRECT TRADE – This chocolate is certified Direct Trade. That goes above and beyond the standards of Fair Trade certification. Direct trade means zero middlemen. Zero middlemen means a sustainable, completely transparent supply chain where farmers earn six times the industry standard.
BAKING OR SNACKING – Our chocolate is designed to be delicious on its own as a snack, but it doubles as a high quality baking ingredient. Use these dark chocolates in any recipe that calls for dark or bittersweet chocolate. Bringing the deep, rich flavors of Uganda cocoa into your kitchen is an easy way to liven up your favorite cakes, cookies, buns and ice creams.
CLEAN LABEL – USDA ORGANIC, Project non-GMO verified, Kosher certified, Vegan, Gluten Free, Soy Free.

Beyond Good Chocolate Bars are made in Madagascar from a rare cacao known as Criollo. The cacao that is used to make these delicious bars is grown on the island of Madagascar. The company, which used to be called Madecasse, sources its cocoa directly from farmers in the country. Although 70 percent of the world’s cocoa is sourced from Africa, only a small percentage is actually made there. This lack of infrastructure is largely due to lack of manufacturing equipment and employee training.

Because of its limited production and high costs, Beyond Good also aims to grow and harvest more cocoa in Madagascar. While Madagascar is a major producer of cocoa, the country produces only a fraction of it. Because of the limited number of chocolate producers in the country, Beyond is looking to expand to Uganda to grow more cacao. The country is close to Madagascar and produces more than three times as much. The company is building a new factory in Uganda to bring the chocolate production model there.

The company is attempting to expand its operations beyond Madagascar to other African countries. The company’s co-manufacturer in Madagascar reached a production ceiling last year. In 2016, the company opened a second factory in Madagascar, where it is currently producing half of its total output. This year, Beyond Good expects to manufacture 75 percent of its chocolate products in Madagascar. Its heirloom cocoa is considered the best in the world.

After their success in Madagascar, Beyond Good has started expanding in other parts of Africa. In 2014, they launched three chocolate bars based on the cocoa grown in Uganda. The company is currently exploring the possibility of bringing this chocolate production model to Uganda, where 30,000 tons of cocoa are grown. It also has access to a unique supply chain that allows them to source the best cocoa from the region. Its upcoming expansion plans are an exciting step towards further developing their brand.

After the success of Madagascar, Beyond Good is looking to expand its operations in other countries. In 2016, the company’s Madagascar co-manufacturer reached its production ceiling. After expanding its operations in Madagascar, the company plans to bring the same model to Uganda. The country produces nearly 30,000 tons of cocoa a year and is the source of about 30,000 tons of cocoa produced by the company. By establishing a factory in Madagascar, the company is able to ensure quality, which is important for the company’s brand image and sustainability.

In addition to sourcing their cocoa from Madagascar, Beyond Good is also a pioneer in the chocolate industry. This company is working to establish a global presence and is currently in Uganda. The company focuses on producing heirloom chocolate bars that are 100% organic and sustainably-sourced. While the brand is focused on the cacao industry, the cacao it is produced in these countries has many other benefits. Moreover, it is certified by the FCIA.

Founded in 2015 by Madecasse, the company has a global presence, and is focused on breaking the norms of cocoa supply chains. Its Madagascar co-manufacturer uses the best heirloom cocoa to make its chocolate bars. The cacao from the region is the best quality in the world, and Madagascar is one of the most sustainable cocoa-producing countries. Approximately 60,000 tons of cocoa are grown in Madagascar every year.

Beyond Good’s mission to bring chocolate to consumers is as ambitious as its mission. The company works with farmers in Madagascar to source heirloom cocoa from the country’s top cocoa growing regions. In fact, the company has even gone so far as to build a new factory in the country, where it sources its cocoa. The change in focus is a step in the right direction for the brand. By focusing on the impact of its products, the company hopes to reach a wider audience.

The company has a strong commitment to the environment. In addition to the high-quality cacao it uses, it sources the vanilla from Madagascar. Its mission to support this region has led to a strong connection between Madecasse and Madagascar. The company is working hard to address the biggest issues affecting cocoa supply chains, including child labor, deforestation, and climate change. It has made its mission to make this a reality.