Bibamba is thrilled to be selected as a 2022 Good Food Awards Finalist! Our flagship flavor, Jungle Crunch, and coffee-lover favorite Best of Both Beans were selected from nearly 2,000 entries for “representing the highest standards of quality, sustainability, and social responsibility."
Even the largest, most well-established companies have struggled with sales and operations challenges brought on by the pandemic. For a small Denver business like Bibamba Artisan Chocolate, keeping the business running has been even more difficult. Here’s a look back at key milestones from Bibamba’s journey and a glimpse of what’s ahead.
Did you know that there are about 20 different species in the Theobroma family? The three dominant varieties you may have heard of are Criollo, Forastero, and Trinitario. Cacao varieties affect the flavor, price and production of the chocolate.
Climate change is expected to cause a significant shortage of chocolate products in the coming decades. Rising temperatures, drought, and deforestation can have a severe impact on crop yields and worsen conditions for farmers who were already struggling to make ends meet.
What goes into making that chocolate you love? You’ve probably considered the importance of buying organic fruits and vegetables, but do you know the difference between picking up a bag of sustainable dark chocolate versus a cheap candy bar? The type of chocolate you purchase matters more than you might think.
How to Make White Wine out of Cacao Fruit in 7 Steps If one day you happen to have 5 ripe cacao pods in your possession to, let’s say, make some chocolate, know that during that process you will concoct one of the most delicious white wines you ever taste. 1. Get your fresh ripe cacao pods and break them open. You will see the bean with a moist white pulp on it. 2. Scoop the beans and juicy pulp out of the pods and place them evenly in a plastic sieved bowl. You are allowed to pick up a...