Domori's solution to the protection of biological diversity |

Domori's solution to the protection of biological diversity

Katarina Poljak

What makes Domori different?

Since Domori`s foundation in 1997, the company has fought to protect natural cocoa habitats and cocoa farms.

One of the main reasons why at we decided to partner with Domori is that Domori is trying to save rare, prized cacao varieties from extinction, preserving their original aromas and making them accessible to great chocolate enthusiasts worldwide.


Did you know that Domori is the first chocolate producer in the world to use only traditional farming methods for fine cacao plants? Conventional cocoa farming was a courageous choice because these are the most delicate, rare and most minor productive cocoa varieties.

Domori has been working only with the fine cacao varieties from the very beginning. Fine cocoa production represents representing just 10% of the global harvest. While Criollo, the rarest type of all, accounts for only over 0.001%.

The courage behind this choice to use Criollo cocoa allows Domori to produce a chocolate with a wide range of aromatic profiles and respect and conserve biodiversity.

We invite you to taste Domori:

Domori cacao plantation

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