Mamano sources aromatic Arivaca cao beans from the Winyac Union, then transports them to factories, processes them into chocolate, and exports, coordinated by Ecuadorian representatives and cocoa coordinators.
Over the years, Mamano has gained a lot of experience in manufacturing and quality control of specialty cocoa products.
The Winyac Union is our partner and has created an opportunity to share Mamano's knowledge and experience with its members.
・Manufacturing method of chocolate
・What is important to ensure the highest quality?
This is because we believe that it is important for farmers to know about
At the workshop on cocoa processing and chocolate manufacturing, cocoa coordinator Uri conducted a workshop for Wienyak members.
They listened with great interest to the explanation of the machines in the chocolate factory, quality standards, food safety, and the impact of the process on flavor.
Through such workshops for knowledge exchange, we would like to increase the involvement of farmers in the value chain and convey the importance of their work.
Mamano is pleased to share knowledge and facilitate eye-to-eye communication with the partners of the Winyac Union.
Your cocoa coordinator
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Workshop about cocoa transformation and chocolate processing with the Wiñak association
Mamano is buying high aroma and gourmet "above" cocoa beans from the Wiñak Association.
The following processes, the transport to the factory, the transformation to chocolate, as well as the export are coordinated by our representative and cocoa coordinator in Ecuador. Over the years Mamano has gathered a lot of experience in elaboration of gourmet cacao products and quality control. As Wiñak is our partner we want to share our knowledge with the members of the association. We think that it is important, that the farmers know how we produce the chocolate and which are the important details to assure a perfect quality.
In a Workshop about cocoa processing and chocolate making, our cocoa coordinator "Uli" realized a workshop for the Wiñak members. The explanation of the machines in the chocolate factory, quality standards, food security and the influence of the processes on the taste where received with a lot of interest.
With these workshop for knowledge exchange we want to increase the involvement of the farmers in the value chain and pronounce the importance of their work.
We are always happy to share knowledge with our Wiñak partners to foment an eye level communication.
With the best wishes from Ecuador
Your cocoa coordinator