Madagascar, Suzanne Jaolaza 72%

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chocolate produced from beans buy by le chocoaltier
chocolate produced from beans grown in sustainable agriculture (agroforestry)
chocolate produced from fair trade beans
Dark chocolate
Type of production
A domain

Origin Beans
Madagascar, Suzanne Jaolaza 65%
Origin Chocolate Factory
Switzerland, Ticino, Piotta

Aromas and notes
Fruity : green apple, pear
Nut: green walnut

Variety of cocoa
Theobroma cacao L, Forastero,
Theobroma cacao L,Criollo
Cocoa mass, cocoa butter, sugar, natural vanilla extract and sunflower lecithin.
May contain possible traces of milk, nuts, sesame, gluten and peanuts.

Mother of six children, Suzanne knows her plantation by heart since it is the land on which she grew up. Heir to the family know-how, she is a courageous, friendly and slightly shy cocoa farmer. Her plantation is certified “organic farming” and she also grows rice.

Dietary labels

Vegan without dairy

More information

Fabien Coutel a créé Treegether en 2020 autour de valeurs fortes afin de permettre aux consommateurs d'associer un nom et un visage au chocolat via un concept unique au monde de parrainages de cacaoyers. Cela donne du sens et de l'humanité au chocolat tout en mettant en lumière les producteurs sans qui il n'y aurait simplement pas de chocolat. Expert cacao et chocolat depuis plus de 20 ans, il souhaitait ainsi rendre aux producteurs un peu des émotions qu’ils lui ont procurées lors de ses visites en plantation. Dégustateur international de cacao, il a sélectionné des cacaos qui révèlent des terroirs uniques et qui sont transformés en Suisse, depuis la fève de cacao, par un artisan chocolatier exceptionnel techniquement et humainement.


The beans come from small cocoa farmers in the Sambirano valley, a symbolic cocoa-growing area on the island of Madagascar, where MIA has set up its production unit to make its "Tree-to-Bar" Made In Africa chocolate directly. As part of its commitment to sustainable development, MIA donates 1% of its profits to finance reforestation in Madagascar and to help preserve the Andasibe National Park, which is still home to a unique primary forest. It should be remembered that only 1% of the world's chocolate is actually produced in Africa, even though 65% of the cocoa comes from that continent.