Four reasons for fairafric

Transparency

With fairafric you know where your organic cocoa beans come from. Country, district & community. 1,400 well trained farmers grow the best beans possible for you.

Fair

Fairafric couldn’t be any fairer. We increase income in Ghana by the factor of 5 compared to the old way of doing business.

Delicious

Want terrific chocolate? Pick world-renown Ghanaian organic beans, add fair & organic ingredients and process to perfection.

Made In Africa

The whole value creation is performed in Ghana. This increases local jobs, income and access to education and health care.

fairafric facts

kickstarter backers
3106
crowd owners
265
bars per day
1500
farmers
1600

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The tradition goes back to the Akan tribe: to name their children by the day of their birth. However, Ghanaian names have an even deeper meaning. We take you into this culture and show you as well your Ghanaian name! The Ghanaian culture cannot be considered a uniform one. Rather, it consists of hundreds of […]

A bittersweet piece of politics: The Cocoa Barometer Report and its Conclusion on the Cocoa Trade

Every year, the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) issues the so-called Cocoa Barometer, an enormously important review of the global cocoa trade. Here we show you what can be gathered from these reports, who is responsible for it and what the outcome of the current study is for 2018. 1.What is Cocoa […]

Impact Driven Consumerism – what change can really be caused by my buying decision?

Anyone who goes shopping nowadays will often want to have a good conscience with purchasing more expensive organic or Fairtrade food. Nevertheless one recurring thought stays and pops up the moment those fair groceries are paid and packed in: Is it going to change something? Ethically correct consumption alone will not save the world. Those […]

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