Cacao pulp, water.
About Pacha de Cacao
Cacao fruits (or pods) grow on trees in tropical countries. Inside the fruits, beans are covered with a white layer of pulp. The industry only harvests the beans to produce chocolate, and the pulp is left behind, on the soil, unused. Rather than letting it go to waste, Pacha turns the delicious pulp into an extra source of income for cacao farmers and allows you to discover this refreshing, new fruit juice!
A slow boost of positive energy
Funny enough, the nutritious benefits of the sweet cacao pulp has always been known by farmers. They guzzle on the beans for the pulp and spit out the bitter beans, as a fresh source of energy that keeps them fit during the day. Pacha wants to celebrate this ancient farmer tradition of using the pulp and make it into a fresh, fruity cacao juice. Rather than letting it go to waste, the pulp is turned into an extra source of income for cacao famers and gives you a slow boost of positive energy!