MIA – 'Ghana Gold 85%' (MHD: 28.07.2024)

Sale price€3,90 Regular price€4,90(€5,20/100g)
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Inhalt:
Sofort Verfügbar innerhalb von 2 - 4 Tagen bei Dir Zuhause
Kostenfreier Versand ab 49€
Mit Liebe in Berlin verpackt
Nachhaltig & fair produziert

The chocolate:

MIA stands for 'Made in Africa', in this specific case for 'Made in Ghana'. The special? The bar is not only made from Madagascan cocoa beans, it was also produced on site. From the first bite, the chocolate tastes wonderfully sour and pungent, with bright citrus in the foreground. But this is only the beginning. The aromas transition into a caramel, sweet, nutty and yet full-bodied taste with a delicate melt. A real taste explosion.

Awards:

2019 - Great Taste Awards

Ursprungsland:
Ghana 🇬🇭
Ursprungshersteller:
Ja
Direct Trade:
Ja
Schokoladentyp:
Dark chocolate
Weitere Eigenschaften:
Lactose free, gluten free
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MIA

MIA stands for "Made in Africa", an acronym that aptly summarizes everything MIA stands for. With MIA, the MIA founders want to show that extraordinary, delicious food comes from Africa. So that food - especially chocolate - feels just as good how it tastes, MIA produces directly on site. This allows them to let a multiple of the sales flow directly into the local economy. More than fair! Are you really interested in the bean? Find out more about MIA here!

Ghana

A popular Ghanaian legend has it that blacksmith Tetteh Quarshie started cocoa farming in Ghana in 1895 by bringing cocoa beans from Equatorial Guinea. How much truth there is to this story is difficult to verify. But the fact is: Ghana has always grown into a cocoa giant and is now in second place worldwide with around 800,000 tons per year - just behind the Ivory Coast. The West African country's cocoa, most of it consumer cocoa, comes from six growing regions. Unfortunately, Ghanaian single-origin chocolates are still very rare - which is ultimately mainly due to the very small amount of well-fermented and processed cocoa. More and more exciting cocoa initiatives and projects are also developing locally. One example is Kumasi, who developed a cocoa fruit spritzer and thus found a way to save the cocoa pulp from the bin! Button instead of waste!

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About Theyo

As a social startup, we not only want to sell the best products, we also want to help create global trade justice. Our goal is to make the chocolate world a better place by distributing responsibly manufactured products and promoting more conscious chocolate enjoyment. The protection of original varieties, biodiversity and fair prices - well above world market prices - are therefore our focus!

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