The bulk of commodity cacao relies on freebies from nature to stay cheap. Naturally, these freebies aren’t actually free, but come at a significant long-term cost, usually in the form of deforestation. We’re repurposing heavily abused ex-sugar land and attempting to bring it into a new and genuinely viable balance. One way we’re working on this approach is through agriforestry – planting Mahogany and Koa trees as our wind rows. Both of these attractive hardwoods deliver excellent carbon sequestration and the Koa has the added benefit of fixing nitrogen, helping to build long-term soil health and nutrition for our cacao.

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