Using technology to make every actor visible in the supply chain.
Lack of supply chain transparency is what enables the exploitation of primary producers such as cacao and coffee farmers, as well as the careless destruction of the environment. That was the 20th century way of doing business.
Welcome to a new era.
I think it’s important that people know where their products come from, that a real person was involved in making it, and how we’re all connected.
Fernando Cantos, To’ak Cacao Farmer
People need to know where their food comes from and finally it is possible. Thanks to technology we can now start to connect directly with consumers. Everything becomes more transparent, which we think is very important to not repeat mistakes from the past.
Norma Alarcón & Walter Avilés, República del Cacao Farmers
A way to
Shining a light on the where, how, and who of the supply chain protects producers and encourages accountability.
prices leads to better
pay for producers
Consumers want to support brands that take care of their primary producers. It starts with transparency.
A commitment to
Producers and consumers are real people who have entered into a relationship together. The more we learn about the people who play a role in our lives, the better we feel.