Altus Impact is working with To'ak Chocolate Company in Ecuador to help boost their sustainability credentials and harness further interest from investors.
To'ak (pronounced Toe-Ahk and meaning earth” and “tree" in ancient Ecuadorian dialect) was born from a rainforest conservation project that started in 2007 in the coastal region of Ecuador. It was here that co-founder Jerry Toth began cultivating cacao trees and making chocolate in a thatched bamboo house secluded in the middle of a forest. By working with fourteen cacao growers from the valley of Piedra de Plata to harvest semi wild cacao, To’ak’s mission is to transform the way that the world experiences dark chocolate by moving away from mass production towards creating a refined exclusive product that can be compared with that of vintage wine and aged whisky.
Altus Impact have been providing To'ak bespoke strategic sustainability advice in terms of sustainability visioning and strategy setting including creative communications outputs for investors (investor prospectus).
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