Cacao is the name of the Theobroma cacao tree and its nutritious beans. When you roast the beans you get cocoa. While this process can improve the flavour, it also reduces the nutritional value. To deliver more of cacao’s incredible nutritional value to you, Bio·Inka’s cacao nibs are made from raw cacao beans, which are fermented, dried, and covered in a delicious superfood chocolate coating.
No! We only use organic, unrefined sugar. It’s artisanally extracted from sugarcane grown at high altitudes without the use of pesticides or artificial fertilizers.
Yes. We’re proud to use traditional organic farming methods and a natural fertilizer called guano. Our cacao is of the criollo variety, which thrives in an organic plantation environment where the different indigenous plants of the Peruvian Amazon support each other.
Think of it as a stamp of extremely consistent quality and flavor. Simply put, it means that the cacao we use for Bio·Inka products comes from one single region in Peru.
We’re smart about how we grow and transport our products to keep our transportation carbon emissions to a minimum. All of our ingredients are imported in bulk directly to our packaging partner Pro Genève in Switzerland.