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Cocoa Beans

Cocoa Beans

Raw cocoa beans are rare outside of West Africa, so here’s your opportunity to get your hands on some.

Cocoa Butter is made from sustainably grown and community harvested cocoa beans. Originating from small-holder farms, the beans are harvested and prepared using traditional techniques.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Actual cocoa beans used to make cocoa butter. Please note they are sterile and will not grow.

SHIPPING & RETURNS

We ship worldwide from our fulfillment centre in North America.  At checkout you can see shipping options and costs.  If you would like to arrange your own shipping please select warehouse pickup and send us an email to confirm.  We can provide you with shipping and pickup details for your courier of choice.

We hope you love your Baraka products. If you are unsatisfied for any reason though, we offer no hassle returns with no time limit, just contact us.

WHY CHOOSE BARAKA

Handcrafted by women in Ghana using age-old techniques passed down through generations. Centuries of practice has taught them how to extract every bit of goodness from the shea nut, and that quality is now passed on in every package of shea butter and all the products made from it.

  • HANDMADE

  • NATURAL

  • CRUELTY FREE

  • CHEMICAL
    FREE

  • COMMUNITY
    SOURCED

  • FAIR TRADE
    & WAGES

If you live in Canada, Australia, Greater China/North Asia, Philippines or Mexico you can order directly from local Baraka distributors using the links below.

CANADA

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AUSTRALIA

PHILIPPINES

GREATER CHINA
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MEXICO

GOOD FOR YOU, GOOD FOR THE WOMEN, GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

HANDMADE
NATURAL
CRUELTY FREE
CHEMICAL
FREE
COMMUNITY
SOURCED
FAIR TRADE
& WAGES

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