Once terrorized by the Shining Path rebels, then mired in poverty, the village of San Juan de Cheni is getting back on its feet, producing cocoa in ways that protect the land and improve the lives of its people.
Travel with farmer Adrien Kouadio as he follows his cocoa beans from a cooperative in Cote d’Ivoire to a chocolate factory in England
As any kid who celebrates Halloween knows, donning a silly costume may be fun, but the best part of Halloween is the candy–chocolate, to be exact. That’s why Halloween is a great time to introduce kids to a farmer who grows cocoa for chocolate production on his Rainforest Alliance Certified (TM) farm in Côte d’Ivoire.
For some parents, the scariest part of Halloween are the sugar highs–and lows–that comes along with trick-or-treating. But this candy-filled holiday also offers a wonderful opportunity to teach your adorable little goblins about how the best treat of all (chocolate, of course) is connected to the rainforest.