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Kombo Butter and Baraka Impact Interview

[POSTED ON: 28th June 2020]

Learn how Baraka has partnered with NCRC (Nature Conservation Research Centre) to develop the Kombo Nut as an income generation and ecosystem conservation activity for women and families in Ghanaian villages. Kombo Butter, which has amazing pain relief and other natural qualities, is made from the seed/nut of the Kombo Tree.  The Kombo Tree grows naturally in cocoa forests, producing… [read more]

Baraka Cocoa Butter Bits

[POSTED ON: 23rd April 2020]

Cocoa Butter is great, except when you have to break a block of it into usable sized pieces so you can measure it for your recipes. Watch as Baraka co-Founder Wayne shows how Baraka Cocoa Butter bits are made (and waves around a big knife!) #KnowYourProducts – a series of informational posts about Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Palm… [read more]

Hand-Harvesting Cocoa Pods

[POSTED ON: 23rd April 2020]

Watch and listen as this video shows a hard-working Ghanaian lady hand-harvesting cocoa pods from her small holder cocoa farm. Each pod is gathered by hand, hand-carried to village processing areas and then split open the beans extracted, fermented and dried to get it ready to be made into Cocoa Butter (see more on this process here https://youtu.be/nosPqyIhJMI) Baraka Cocoa… [read more]

The Cocoa Bean Story

[POSTED ON: 3rd March 2020]

https://youtu.be/nosPqyIhJMI?rel=0 Learn about the cocoa bean story, how they are grown and harvested and the women and communities who do the work and earn their livelihood from it. The collection and processing of cocoa beans for Baraka Cocoa Butter is done by smallholder growers in remote villages in Ghana.  Watch and listen as we discuss the process as we stand… [read more]

The Kombo Butter Story

[POSTED ON: 1st February 2020]

Kombo Butter is Amazing and so is its story. Watch, listen and learn about the Kombo Tree and fruit in the cocoa forests in this livestream shot in the Cocoa/Kombo forest. Known as African Nutmeg, they grow naturally in the Cocoa Forests, providing shade and diversity to the Cocoa crops and now starting to provide additional income to the hard… [read more]

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