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Issue Three of Cacao Magazine is available to pre-order from Tuesday the 5th of May! The third edition is a celebration of Women in Chocolate and tells the stories of inspiring female voices throughout the chocolate and cacao industry.

Learn how to pair whisky and chocolate like an expert, enjoy tales of the empowering female farmers protecting Africas oldest national park, find out how to poison your lover with chocolate (and other advice from 17th-century witches) and so much more. This special edition follows the same bean to bar sequence as the first and second, taking you on a journey around the world, from the farm to the kitchen. It’s packed full of original artwork, stunning photography and delicious chocolate recipes and features women from every area of the industry.

Meet the nine inspirational women who we’re lucky enough to celebrate on our cover. Estela, Petra, Emily, Hanbin, Corinne, Lauren, Jeanne, Dennise and Maria all answer the question of where a women’s place is in the chocolate industry. Collectively they show that there is not a role that women cannot play in chocolate and that anybody can carve out space for themselves, wherever you are and whatever your gender!

Cacao Magazine issue 3
issue 3 cacao magazine

A huge thank you to our contributors for making this issue what it is, we couldn’t do it without you!

A very special thanks to Cyndi Clement from Canadian Chocoholic who is our generous sponsor and who embodies everything we want this issue to represent – a complete passion for every aspect of the chocolate industry, the amazing community and support which women are such champions of, immense creativity and pure talent. You’ll adore her one of a kind pieces and story.

Visit our online shop to purchase your print magazine or download the digital version to read today!

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