These Divine Chocolate features attest to the innovations that the company continues to push when it comes not only to the taste and product itself but also to the marketing strategies, for instance a recipe app and pop-up shop.
Divine is a social business that is often cited as an archetypal social business at that because of the way it is successful and yet the ide itself is simple. Founded in the United Kingdom, the company, which has been around since before we've really adopted phrases like "social entrepreneurship," began in the early 1990s through its partnership with a cooperative in Ghana called Kuapa Kokoo, which they continue to work with (they own part of the U.S. company).
These Divine Chocolate features are part of a growing list.
From Fair Trade Cocoa to Ethical Pop-Up Shops
Jalapeno Cheese Dip Toppings
Select Barberitos Locations Will Feature a New Topping or Side Option
Ethical Cocoa Gadget Helpers
The Divine Chocolate App Shares the Story of the Farmer-Owned Company
Co-op-Made Honeycomb Crunches
Divine's Milk Chocolate Bees is the Result of a New Partnership
Ethical Pop-Up Shops
Divine Chocolate Hosts Fairtrade Fortnight in the UK's Covent Garden
High End Fair Trade Quality Chocolate
Pura Vida Empowers the Poor Through Create Good Foundation
Sophi Tranchell, Managing Director of Divine Chocolate (INTERVIEW)
Fair Trade Cocoa
Divine Chocolate is a Social Business Partly Owned by Its Farmers
Eco-Friendly Designer Chocolate
Divine Chocolate in Ghana Makes Sweet Fair Trade Treats