The Virunga region lies at the crossroads of Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The area is threatened by ongoing deforestation due to illegal logging and encroaching small-scale agriculture.
Planting cocoa restores land and prevents deforestation. This keeps the Virunga National Park intact and protects the last habitat of the mountain gorillas.
In Africa, Forastero cocoa trees are predominant; the taste of the beans is powerful, you taste a pure, uncomplicated chocolate.
The bar weighs about 85 grams and is packed in greaseproof paper printed with bio ink.