Chocolate  - La Azulita, Venezuela

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Engine for a cacao mill: La Azulita, Mérida, Venezuela

 

Roger Vielma and his parents turn local cocoa into chocolate. They do this manually and have the wish to connect their manual mill to an electric engine. They own both of these parts and just need the welder in order to connect them. Then they would be able to process a lot more cocoa.

 

We support this family from our heart, so that they can become more efficient and produce local chocolate.  Especially in Venezuela both agricultre and the processing of agricultural products are enormously important. For decades agriculture has been neglected amongst other reasons due to the oil boom. 

 

In this video with English subtitles Rubén Vielma explains how the raw cocoa is turned into chocolate. Let’s support this little family business and thus nourish Venezuela’s agricultural production!
 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9nnuWWME-s&ab_channel=EarthDinner

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9nnuWWME-s&ab_channel=EarthDinner