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Your Trusted Supplier of Ivory Coast Cocoa

Premium quality Ivory Coast cocoa, wholesale

Sourced from the heart of cocoa production in Ivory Coast, Exotic Trading offers a range of high quality cacao products to choose from. From cocoa liquor, to butter, to powder, we ensure you only receive the finest cocoa Cote d’Ivoire has to offer, helping to elevate your products and delight your customers.

Whether you are looking for raw cocoa beans for chocolate bar manufacturing, or you’re a chef, baker, wholesaler or retailer, we’re the perfect cocoa suppliers for you. Through Aneybla Exotic Trading, you ensure you receive competitive wholesale prices, for everything from cocoa butter exports to liquor that you can process into a tasty product.

The largest exporter of the product, Cote d’Ivoire’s cocoa is sought after by some of the biggest names in chocolate. A mainstay of sweet treats and desserts, cocoa is one of the most popular foods in the world and we’re delighted to be a reliable and client-focused supplier of the commodity.

 

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Products

Our manufacturers are certified by established and well known bodies such as HACCP and Rainforest.

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Direct from Côte d’Ivoire

We make it easy to streamline your supply chain and skip the middleman by sourcing our cocoa beans directly from Côte d’Ivoire. Most chocolate supplies incur extra fees because of the journey they make before they reach the UK. At Aneybla Exotic Trading, however, we’ll connect you with a supplier directly through our local network. It's easier than ever to get started and begin selling your own cocoa products.

Versatility

Chocolate is ubiquitous across the culinary world, featuring in everything from inexpensive snacks to michelin-star recipes. Popularly sold in the form of a bar, as a choice of white, or milk or dark, we supply all the commodities you need to deliver any variance of the tasty snack.

It’s not just chocolate bars either - cacao was originally consumed as a drink, and continues to do so today in the form of hot chocolate. In its melted form, it is a delectable sauce, and often combined with fruits or ice cream to be eaten.
 
Cocoa is also commonly used in other desserts to boost their flavour. From cakes to biscuits, it continues to be one of the most popular foodstuffs to add to a recipe to make it even better.

While most commonly used as food or drink, cocoa butter also has numerous cosmetic applications, too. It can be used for lip balm, or lotion for skin or stretch marks. Our supply makes it easy to connect with high-quality cocoa butter, to facilitate your cosmetic products.

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Cacao and Côte d'Ivoire

West Africa collectively supplies two thirds of the world’s cocoa production, and Côte d'Ivoire is the clear leader of the area. With its roots in the country dating to the 19th century, cocoa production now makes up for 40% of the country’s export income. 

 

Having overtaken Ghana as the world’s largest producer of cocoa in 1978, Côte d’Ivoire’s exports are used by some of the world’s largest chocolate companies in the production of their goods. The cocoa industry is the lifeblood of many communities throughout the country, from the labourers who harvest and ferment the cacao seeds, to the local buyers who sell on to exporters. By supporting Aneybla Exotic Trading, you support the villages who rely on the crop for their living,   

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