by Diane Lindquist on 08/21/2013 | 2 Minute Read
I remember my mother saving dark chocolate bars (that our relatives would bring back from México) in a mason jar. On cold winter days, she would reach over to this mason jar and brew hot chocolate. I cannot help but feel a bit nostalgic when I find a chocolate wrapped circle package, as a result. Taza Chocolate embraces this feeling of nostaglia with their packaging - a traditional yet modern approach to chocolate.
"At the Taza Chocolate Factory in Somerville, Mass, we craft stone ground chocolate from bean to bar. Our story began when Taza founder Alex Whitmore took his first bite of stone ground chocolate while traveling in Oaxaca, Mexico, and came home so inspired that he decided to create a chocolate factory. Fueled by a passion for Mexican chocolate traditions, he learned to hand-carve the granite millstones that we use today to grind cacao into rustic, organic dark chocolate that bursts with bright, bold flavor and texture.
Through our Direct Trade Certified Cacao program, Taza cultivates face-to-face relationships with farmers. By working together directly, we can source the highest quality cacao possible, while paying our farmers a premium above the Fair Trade cacao price."
Designed by Kathleen Fulton, Brand Manager/ Co-Founder, Taza Chocolate.
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