Chocolate is made primarily from cocoa beans.
The scientific name for cacao is Theobroma cacao, a member of the blue-green family.
Theobroma means "food of the gods". It comes from the mythology of the Aztecs in Mexico. In the past, theobroma was a precious food only for kings, nobles and the rich.。
The main ingredient is cocoa mass, which is made by fermenting and roasting cocoa beans. The main ingredient is cocoa mass, which is made by fermenting and roasting cocoa beans, and mixing it with sugar, cocoa butter, and milk powder.
Cacao, the raw material for chocolate, is said to have been first used by the Olmec civilization around 1500 to 400 BC. In the Aztec Kingdom, which was established in the 14th century, cacao was considered to have mystical powers. It was used for various purposes such as ceremonial offerings, medicine, tribute, trade goods, money, and drinks for high-ranking people. Cacao was used for a variety of purposes, including ritual offerings, medicine, tribute, trade goods, money, and drinks for high ranking people.
Chocolate was first introduced to Japan in the Edo period (1603-1868). There is a record of the arrival of chocolate in Nagasaki, which was the window for trade with foreign countries. There is a record of the arrival of chocolate in Nagasaki, which was the window for foreign trade. Surprisingly, chocolate was loved as a beverage for a long time, and in the 19th century, many innovations were made, and eating chocolate was invented for the first time.
Ruby cocoa, the raw material for ruby chocolate, is not a specific type or country of origin, but a cocoa that contains natural precursors that are the source of its unique color and taste.
Ruby chocolate produced from ruby cocoa is described as pink or ruby in color and has a characteristic berry-like sour taste. The taste is characterized by a berry-like acidity, while the cocoa flavor of other conventional types of chocolate is almost absent. It is also known as the "fourth chocolate" because it is the fourth type of chocolate after black chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate. It is the fourth type of chocolate after black chocolate, milk chocolate, and white chocolate, hence the name "fourth chocolate.
Ruby cocoa is a new raw material for chocolate that has been researched and developed over many years by the Swiss chocolate company Barry Callebaut. By the way. The selection and processing method of ruby chocolate is a trade secret and has not been disclosed.
Fairtrade" means "fair and equitable trade". Specifically, it refers to an international effort to continuously trade products and raw materials produced in developing countries at fair prices and on an equal footing.
By implementing fair trade, which pays fair compensation to producers and workers, we can help improve and enhance the lives of people in developing countries.
Furthermore, the implementation of fair trade will not only solve the poverty problem in developing countries, but also bring great benefits to the companies and consumers who purchase the products and the current situation in those countries.
Fair trade chocolate is made by purchasing raw materials for chocolate, such as cacao, sugar, and vanilla, directly from the producers at a fair price. Fairtrade chocolate is made by purchasing raw materials such as cacao, sugar, and vanilla directly from the producers at a fair price and trading them on a continuous basis. We are working to improve the lives of producers and solve poverty issues. There are many products that are environmentally friendly, such as those that do not use pesticides. These chocolates are friendly to both the people who make them and the people who eat them.
Rather than simply purchasing cacao, sugar, and vanilla, which are essential for chocolate, we go directly to the production sites to provide guidance to cacao and sugar farmers on organic farming. Rather than simply purchasing the cacao, sugar, and vanilla that are essential for chocolate, we go directly to the production sites to provide guidance on organic farming to cacao and sugar farmers, work on projects to improve the lives of the farmers, and improve the quality of the products, and build long-term relationships with the producers through fair trade. These efforts have steadily taken root in the local community, and have resulted in the purchase guarantee of harvested output, payment of fair labor wages, additional payments for organic produce, and the establishment of a long-term relationship with the producers through fair trade. These efforts have steadily taken root in the local community, and mechanisms such as guaranteed purchase of harvested output, payment of fair labor wages, additional payment for organic produce, prohibition of child labor and forced labor, and provision of health insurance have been established.
⒉Chocolate From Heaven
⒊Chocolat Stella etc.
The packaging of fair trade chocolates is cute and stylishly illustrated, and they are very tasty. If you see fair trade chocolate or the fair trade symbol, buy some!♡