For The Future Of Cocoa 

New Trees Planted!

Posted on December 01, 2016 by Cocoa Care | 0 comments

We are pleased to report that on November 14, 2016 Farmer Ratmiddin with the help of the Cocoa Care team and his fellow Cocoa Farmers, planted the 25 new trees you have sponsored.

Over the years Ratmiddin, like many of his friends, have lost trees mainly due to ageing trees, pests & diseases or simply the lack of knowledge about how to properly care for them. Replacing dead trees with high quality cocoa tree seedlings will significantly improve farm productivity and family income. 

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Meet Ratmiddin and Niar

Posted on October 24, 2016 by Cocoa Care | 0 comments

Hi Seb,

We would like you to meet Ratmiddin and his wife Niar, they are the cocoa farming family who will receive 25 superior quality, top grafted seedlings + 12 months supply of fertilizer mix thanks to your program sponsorship. 

Ratmiddin and Niar have a 8 year old son (b. 2008) whose name is M. Rifal and they own a small cocoa farm in Sulawesi, Indonesia. You can read more about this family AND see a map where they live here:

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Thank You!

Posted on October 19, 2016 by Cocoa Care | 0 comments

Hello Seb, 

We want to thank you for giving 25 cocoa trees to a farmer who really needs them. It is very cool that a 6 year old boy from England cares about preserving plants and especially chocolate plants. :-) 

The farmer who will receive your 25 best quality seedlings (baby plants) plus one year supply of fertilizer food has already been trained on how to look after your trees so we can be sure they will grow up strong and healthy.

Your trees will start to fruit in about 12-18 months and then each of these trees should produce up to 2kg of cocoa each year. This is enough cocoa to make 3 kg of milk chocolate with enough powder left over to make 10 chocolate cakes. So all your trees together your 25 trees will make 75kg of milk chocolate and 250 chocolate cakes! Wow!

These 25 trees will be planted during the next few weeks so please come back here again soon to see pictures of your tress being planted. 





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