Are you a chocolate lover thinking of visiting Ghana or Africa soon? You definitely must experience the Fairafric farm to factory tour, where you also get to make your own chocolates. Amazing, right? This tour is specially designed to help you get a better glimpse of cocoa, its cultivation, harvesting and other related process that finally ends up in chocolate making. You should keep reading, we are yet to get to the best part.
Yay, we have chocolatey news! We are currently working on a new product for you - or rather on a whole product line. Find out about our exciting plans and when we will start selling the products!
Once again there is a delicious recipe from us, perfect for the cold winter months. The exciting ingredients: Chili and chocolate.
fairafric is a social business. But what does “social business” really mean? Find out more about the associations and projects we cooperate with in order to do business as socially and sustainably as possible.
The effects of climate change are already a reality for many people in the Global South. But what exactly is the situation like in West Africa? Find out here what the future holds for cocoa farming and chocolate production in Ghana.
About a year and a half ago we presented our first documentary: Decolonize Chocolate. We shared our big dreams and our plans with you: Our own solar-powered chocolate factory in Ghana. Now the time has finally come: Decolonize Chocolate 2 is here!
An official presentation of our well-known flavors is long overdue. We want to make up for this here and thus support you in the fact that the colorful fairafric bars are among your favorite chocolates.
Sometimes you need a little energy boost in the afternoon don´t you? How about some delicious little energy balls with our fairafric cocoa powder?
Let's talk about beans! Cocoa beans are very important for us to be able to produce our chocolate. To ensure that it not only tastes good but also meets the highest organic quality standards, the little beans have to go through a number of processes and inspections before they can be turned into chocolate. Today we would like to show you what the journey of our fairafric beans looks like.