Exploring India's Craft Chocolate Industry

Exploring India's Craft Chocolate Industry

An Empowering Chocopreneurs Webinar

Join CocoaTown along with presenters Patricia Cosma and Ketaki Churi for in-depth exploration into India's craft chocolate industry as they help us uncover the intricate world of Indian cacao, from its roots in history to its blossoming future in the global chocolate market.

Topic: Exploring India's Craft Chocolate Industry
Presented by: Patricia Cosma & Ketaki Churi
Date: Saturday, April 20th
Time: 10 am – 12 Noon Atlanta time (GMT -4)
Location: Virtual

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Patrica and Ketaki will delve into the fascinating world of cacao in India, tracing its historical journey and evolution. They'll shed light on the diverse cacao varieties cultivated across different regions, each contributing to distinct flavor profiles in Indian chocolates.

Furthermore, they'll discuss the pivotal role of farmers in the Indian cacao industry, addressing the challenges they face, the opportunities available to them, and the support systems in place.

Key points of discussion will include:

*Highlighting the rich variety of cacao grown in India and its potential for fine-flavor chocolates.

*Exploring sustainability initiatives within the Indian cacao industry, including eco-friendly farming methods, fair trade practices, and environmental conservation efforts.

*Analyzing current market trends and consumer preferences in the Indian chocolate industry, including the rising demand for Indian flavors and innovative chocolate creations.

*Spotlighting collaborations between Indian cacao producers, chocolatiers, and global players, mirroring successful models seen in other industries like coffee and cheese.

Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 20th, from 10 am to 12 pm EST US, and join CocoaTown along with presenters Patricia Cosma and Ketaki Churi for an unforgettable exploration of Indian cacao.


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