Cocoa Butter is a product obtained from the pressing of cocoa liquor, which is pressed into a pale yellow liquid, then crystallized and solidified. In a molten state, it is an oily liquid, absolutely clean. This product is made from cocoa beans (Theobroma cacao, Malvaceae family Linnaeus).
Cofina is an Ecuadorian company committed to the production and marketing of cacao beans and derivatives, such as liquor, cake, nibs, and powder. They meet high quality and food safety standards, and they work to create sustainable, socially responsible products. The company aims to be internationally recognized, exceed customer expectations in terms of quality and taste, and to strengthen partnerships with suppliers.