History

Our History

The company ANDEANFLAVORS C. Ltda. Started its activities since 2014, as a GREAT LIFE PROJECT, being a family business that seeks to present to the world, a Gourmet Chocolate with history and traceability.

It has been very important from the beginning, the analysis, to know more about a background about the fascinating and wide world of chocolate, for which the creator is prepared continuously to be able to offer to the world, a chocolate of very recognized characteristics and above all to revalue the own flavors of the Andes, creating new mergers with exotic fruits and aromatic plants that together with the raw material of the world, the Ecuadorian national cocoa fine of aroma, give an unequaled result.

Undoubtedly, being able to develop opportunities for personal and professional growth for women is a constant motivation within the company, that is why each of the managerial decisions are focused on gender equality, achieving at least 80% of the activities that are part of their processes are carried out by women.

Katherine Coka

“After coming through a world of corporate business that was very competitive for more than 20 years this project enriches me in various ways, it´s giving me the opportunity not only to discover new and wonderful parts of my country, knowing the unique characteristics of the main protagonist of our project, the fine aromatic cacao. Its differences between geographic zones, properties and the most important part of it for me, the PEOPLE, entire generations that have made cacao farming their way of life, whole family histories have been built next to the cacao trees.

To me, with the development of a product that is indirectly bound to the emotions of people who consume it, it has an invaluable significance and motivates and involves me every day in the struggle to keep getting better.

To accomplish at an international level that our countries’ name is recognized through our TAVORO chocolate bars is a goal I am sure can be achieved, working hand by hand with the small indigenous farmers and communities allows us to contribute day by day in the development of our country.”