The community
for chocolate inspiration.

For chefs / By chefs.

To know chocolate, explore new creative concepts and truly unlock its full potential, Chefs are eager to collaborate and exchange their expertise and ideas. More than a platform, CacaoCollective is a community.

By harnessing the power of the collective, CacaoCollective aims to elevate the knowledge, creativity, sense of belonging and success of chefs.



11/28/18

Our Chef and Creative Director Ramon Morató was very curious to learn about the science behind the classic "mousse au chocolat".

11/14/18

Download our latest bulletin, "Honey X Chocolate" by Chef Mathieu Dierinck by filling the form.

11/14/18

Throughout this month discover the "Honey X Chocolate" creative bulletin on CacaoCollective.

10/10/18

Discover our Nuts creative recipes.

10/10/18

Discover the Nuts basic recipes !

10/10/18

Discover the nuts process !

10/10/18

Discover our Nuts product ranges.

06/01/18

Our creative Director Ramón Morato decided to dedicated this month's bulletin to the alchemy of tea and chocolate through the creation of 5 recipes.

06/01/18

Invasion of the plants: it could be the name of a new superhero movie.

05/01/18

Our creative Director Ramón Morato decided to dedicated this month's bulletin to the alchemy of tea and chocolate through the creation of 5 recipes.

03/14/18

Our Cacao Barry chef and head of the Chicago Chocolate Academy has a passion known by most of us : Triathlon.

03/14/18

Our latest bulletin is about the adventurous journey taken by our team in Barcelona led by Miquel Guarro.

03/14/18

Discover our Nuts collection and download the recipes.

12/07/17

Cocoa growing runs in families' lives through generations...

12/07/17

Cacao Barry’s values have always been the same: providing guidance on farming, ensuring transparency and honesty, being people-driven, maintaining a good relationship with the farm manager, and caring about the product. We wanted to show our admiration for the farmers who remain attached to their land, who stay to work it rather than migrate to the cities, who are tied to the crop..

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