A movement of
Our focus is to generate a global chocolate movement that includes all producing countries.
Our greatest achievement has been claiming our position in the world, turning the country into a producer of international quality chocolate.
Our movement includes:
Equality and justice
with our small-scale farmers.
Respect for the ancestral
tradition of Ecuadorian cacao.
Every practice and project pursue the objective of protecting this historic culture. At the same time returning to the land what it originally gave us.
The most productive work comes from the hands of happy people.
Fine aroma “Arriba” organic cacao has one of the highest values in the market. Much of this is due to the fact that it is the result of peasant small scale family farming.
depend economically on cacao production.
One of the first sustainable practices of PACARI was guaranteeing stable and fair prices for the national supply of cacao. This acknowledged the historical quality of the product and promoted small scale family farming, passed down from generation to generation.
allows us to grow.
We have adapted practices to each part of our company, permeating production and elaboration processes, our corporate culture and alliances.
Fair prices for
Ecuador with a
Our cacao practices allow us to work with producers at a national level, promoting life and progress in small community’s while maintaining their unique ancestral legacy.
an ancestral culture
PACARI constantly provides certifications to our small-scale farmers so they can generate good practices in the management of their crops. This ensures the quality of fine aroma cacao in an organic, sustainable and environmentally responsible manner.
Biodynamic agriculture is practice whose foundation is to consider crop, farm and land as a single complex organism that works together.
Around this philosophy, we have generated and adapted practices that cover all aspects of agriculture: ecological, economic and social. Practices such as manure management, composting, use of biodynamic preparations and other specific actions are taken to organize the landscape and rotate the crops. It also implements the use of legumes, green manure, linked crops, and influences of some plants on others. From padding to the care of wildlife and medicinal herbs, these are some of the topics covered by this new agricultural methodology.
A relationship with nature based
on honesty and respect