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Pan di Stelle
Barilla’s Pan di Stelle aims to make childhood dreams come true. By partnering with the Cocoa Horizons Foundation, Pan di Stelle takes its commitment to improve the quality of life of farmers and their families to the next level, investing in particular in child protection activities in its cocoa sourcing communities. This investment comes alive in their messaging: online, on-pack and via advertising specifically highlighting a joint project providing access to safe drinking water in a village in Ivory Coast.
Through the Cocoa Horizons Foundation, Pan di Stelle has contributed to improving the lives of farmers’ families in cocoa communities.
Cocoa Horizons helps Pan di Stelle drive impact in sustainability commitment and to tell its sustainability story.
With incredibly tasty chocolate, Tony's Chocolonely leads by example to show the world that chocolate can be made differently. Barry Callebaut has been a partner on their journey, helping to manage supply chain complexities in order to source fully traceable, segregated sustainable cocoa.
Tony’s 5 principles for slave-free cocoa, which among other things enables cocoa farmers to earn a sustainable living income. These principles of collaboration must eventually lead to eradicating modern slavery and illegal child labor on cocoa farms in West Africa. Tony’s sold 36 million chocolate bars in the 2017/2018 cocoa season, proving once again that it's possible to do good and be commercially successful.
Denmark’s Simply Chocolate knows that working with cocoa brings great responsibility. Simply Chocolate want to make sure their chocolate not only benefits their consumers but also the farmers, villages and the environment from where it originates.
That’s why Simply Chocolate works with the Cocoa Horizons Foundation to source sustainable cocoa that helps to create thriving communities and prospering farmers.
As an extra add-on, Simply Chocolate plans support its own community development project within the Cocoa Horizons Foundation.
Since 1927, Darrell Lea have been crafting the most delicious licorice and chocolate treats for millions of Australians. Darrell Lea loves chocolate, which is why they are proud to partner with the Cocoa Horizons Foundation to make things better for cocoa growing communities. The partnership with the Cocoa Horizons Foundation to purchase 100% of their cocoa raw materials sustainably means that Darrell Lea chocolate not only tastes good but also does good.
Hands Off My Chocolate
Hands Off My Chocolate believes that every once in a while, you need to dare to choose for yourself. That’s why they created the best, sustainable, Belgian chocolate that is too delicious to share with anyone, but yourself.
And to make it even more delicious, Hands Off My Chocolate has partnered with the Cocoa Horizons Foundation to help cocoa farmers create thriving communities that make the highest quality, best-tasting cocoa.
Purdys is a Canadian chocolatier with a rich history. Richard Carmon Purdy started selling homemade chocolates in downtown Vancouver in 1907. After 100+ years of crafting fine chocolates, you get to know a thing or two about doing it right, and that includes sourcing premium quality and 100% sustainable chocolate from around the world. Purdys is still a family-owned company that's proudly all about chocolate and supporting programs, such as Cocoa Horizons, that improve the livelihood and communities of cocoa farming families.
In addition to their purchases of sustainable cocoa, Purdys has engaged their customers to help support cocoa farming communities. Purdys Clean Water Project has supported the delivery of over 100 water filters to schools and health centers in Ivory Coast.