Our mission is to champion a radical change in the way the world sees West African cocoa and make it synonymous with equity, inclusivity and meaningful connection. Cocoa is more than a crop.
Every time you buy a ZORA chocolate bar we dedicate a portion of the purchase price to funding one school day for a girl in rural Ghana.
Left Lawrencia Batels, age 11, class 4
Right Precious Charlotte Vinyo, age 11, class 4
Women are often the ones most marginalised by the current system.
We’re working closely to inspire, empower and amplify the voices
of female farmers, producers, artisans and aficionados. As a woman
owned and operated company, we are proud to support our sisters
from all backgrounds, stepping into the realm of change and possibility.
“ZORA Chocolate has a beautiful visual aesthetic, with a phenomenal cocoa flavor and taste. What pushes the experience over the top for me is knowing that with each bar purchased I’m supporting a day of education for a student.”
“The ZORA 72% Ghana bar is a new favorite of mine. It satisfies my love for deep fudgy flavor while still remaining sophisticated and nuanced, all enhanced by a luscious mouth-feel”
“The ZORA 72% dark chocolate bar was by far our favorite in a tasting of 4 bars using Ghanaian beans. Not only was it very balanced, but fruit forward and delicious. It was the first one we finished — wanting more. Bravo!”
“ZORA’s 72% is an elegant bar with smooth, velvety texture that will delight the most discerning palate. Its complex flavor profile and lack of bitterness will make you fall in love with dark chocolate all over again.”
“ZORA’s 72% Ghana bar has the rich flavor of a brownie that would have been baked with an extra spoon of butter and sprinkled with cocoa nibs and roasted walnuts.
There is a quick hit of grape and lavender at mid-melt. Just a nice fruity wink before the butter note returns and lingers within the chocolate’s comforting warmth.
It’s a great showcase of Ghanaian beans serving a great mission.”
ZORA’s 72% dark chocolate bar with cocoa beans from ABOCFA Cooperative in Suhum, Ghana allows us a window into the Amelonado variety of cocoa. Immediately I get a rich, cocoa aroma and a tinge of caramel sweetness. As I taste the chocolate, I go on this nostalgic chocolatey journey. The decadence and richness of the chocolate are reminiscent of ooey gooey chocolatey brownies.
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