Fresh Cacao (Chocolate)
Cacao, is scientifically known as Theobroma Cacao. It is native to the tropical regions of South America. The Cacao we source is from Ecuador, specifically because of its fleshy and flavorful pulp. The cacao pod contains many beans that are surrounded by a delicious white pulp. It is used to make juices and jellies. The seed is fermented and ground as the main ingredient in chocolate.
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Return/Refund Policy ~ Due to perishability, returns on fresh fruit are NOT accepted. In the unfortunate event that fruit arrives in unacceptable conditions please email firstname.lastname@example.org within 24 hours of receiving fruit with CLEAR photos of the product highlighting the issues. If the box arrives damaged and/or late please submit a shipping claim with Fedex and contact us as well at email@example.com.
Cacao is shipped ripe and is ready to eat upon delivery. To open the cacao pod, use a sharp knife to cut the pod in half. Inside the pod you will find the cacao beans covered in a delicious white pulp. You may consume both the bean and the pulp and compost the pods shell as it is inedible.