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    The Fascinating… and Delicious History of Cacao

    Mexico was the country that made cocoa known to the world. The Olmecs (1500 to 400 BC) were the first humans to taste cocoa...

    Belgian Company Highlights Costa Rican Cocoa In Fair Trade Program

    What was one of the first exchange currencies several centuries ago is today one of the country's finest export products. It is about Costa...

    Joint Strategy is Launched to Improve Cocoa Production in Costa Rica, Colombia and Ecuador

    A group of researchers from Costa Rica, Colombia and Ecuador will hold a virtual event to improve cocoa production for those three countries in...

    “Cacao”, the Gift from the Gods that Seeks to Revive the Costa Rican Economy

    Cacao seeks to resurface in Costa Rica with fine and organic products, but also through tourism and educational initiatives aimed at rescuing the legacy...

    Costa Rica: A Land of Unique, Exotic Flavors

    Did you know that although Costa Rica represents only 0.03% of the earth's surface, it contains approximately 5% of the world's biodiversity? The geographic...

    “Guapinol”: A Regional Tree Full of Qualities

    “Guapinol” tree (Hymenaea courbaril) is very typical of the lowlands of our region. It is a tree full of qualities, not only as a...

    With Cocoa and Chocolate Flavor, Upala Celebrates its 49th Anniversary

    On the occasion of the 49th anniversary of the foundation of the canton of Upala, on March 17th and 18th, 2019, the 1st Cocoa...

    Effective Home Remedies for Lactose Intolerance

    Lactose indigestion or the inability to digest lactose (a sugar found in dairy items)

    Andrés Ulate Makes Chocolate With Bike-Machines

    About 3 years ago, Andrés Ulate started with an enterprise he called "Bicichocolate". The proposal was born from Andrés's ingenuity and, somehow, a crazy...

    Delicious Things You Can Do With Chocolate Besides Eat It

    Chocolate has been an important commodity in the Americas for centuries, but it hasn’t always been dessert. From currency to rituals, cacao—the bean used to...
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