I am interested in purchasing smaller amounts of beans or nibs for our R&D for a product for consumers desiring the under 120 degree F/ unroasted bean product. Feeling confident in finding beans which have not gone above 120…"
I know this post is a yr old, but am wondering if you still have beans available from your FL warehouse, and also which area of FL. I'm just starting out, and won't need huge quantities at first. I can be reached @…"
I am quite interested in checking out your brochure. I am a Virginia resident, so a Florida warehouse is relatively convenient. Actually, I am willing to travel to Venezuela if I decide to source larger amounts of cacao from your…"
Just curious, are there any reasons as to why you're not satisfy with the beans from Bali and must find a bean supplier in North America? Most likely North American suppliers will have to refer back to the countries who produce…"
I'm starting a small project in Egypt, and I'm finding that sourcing nibs into Egypt wholly impossible, so I thought to try source cocoa liquor and go from there. Does anyone have any suggestions? Will cocoa liquor be ok for a…"
"Since my last posting in June, our own cocoa market research in Samoa and internationally has interestingly identifed a few 'dots' that can now be joined, namely our local growers will accept $AUD5500/tonne FOB initially to help spearhead…"
I am new to the chocolate life but am starting up a distributorship out of Houston Texas of cocoa beans. Initially we will supply from Brazil to get up and running my parents live and run a cocoa farm there. I would love to chat with about the quantity you are looking for and see if we can't become your supplier for some of your needs. . I have samples heading this way and should have actual delivery date in a day or so. Let me know if you are interested. Scott Moore with Tejas chocolate is testing our beans now and would be a great contact for reference. Let me know. Cassandra