“We are chocolate and cacao manufacturers, but we call ourselves community cultural development practitioners which is what we all studied, none study chocolate making. The more beans we move, the more money goes into the village economies.”
So says Phoebe Preuss, the co-owner with her husband Glenn Reiss, of Living Koko.
“Our business produces a number of things,” says Preuss. “We have products made of cacao, dark chocolate, drinking cacao, cacao husk tea, body scrubs out of cacao. We’re a zero-waste manufacturing space so we . . .