Club ChoKolate makes it easier to enjoy a tasty piece of real craft chocolate. During challenging times when daily routines and plans seem to be tumbling down, having your indulgence moment should not be one of your problems.
Ramón E. Martínez, our co-founder who is also a doctor and connoisseur of the bean-to-bar chocolate movement, realized years ago that there's so much goodness to share. Not only chocolate's delicious taste or its health benefits, but the social impact in communities produce them.
Therefore, we believe that enjoying simple moments in life is good for us. That's why eating real chocolate is at the top of our priorities. Still, we also promote exercising, spending time with our family, reading, and feeding our knowledge as other ways to live the goodness of life.
Right now, chocolate became the perfect driver for good memorable moments, and we created several initiatives to harness the cacao magic. For instance:
Club Chokolate, with K, is an online distributor where you can learn about bean-to-bar chocolate and buy chocolate bars from more than ten different brands and growing.
We want to multiply the positive impact of the bean-to-bar world by helping chocolate artisans sell their final product.
Also, spreading the word about chocolate's benefits so people can make informed decisions about their health.
Finally, by offering offline experiences like tastings and events, we promote a healthy lifestyle and a philosophy that benefits all of us.
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