Cocoa Family, a cocoa grower and processor, will be exhibiting at PMCA this year.
(PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Cocoa Family, a cocoa grower and processor, will be exhibiting at PMCA this year. The cocoa processor will showcase cocoa butter, powder, liquor/paste and nibs at the show. The products are Organic and kosher certified.
Cocoa Family offers ingredients to chocolate makers, food processors and distributors that are looking for great quality products with transparency. The Company implemented vertical integration which provides one of the freshest ingredients in the market at the best quality and price. As a wholesale supplier, the Cocoa Family has consistently managed to provide the highest grade of beans and other cocoa products. The Cocoa Family works directly with processors in order to ensure that the requirements of their clients are accommodated down to the last specification.
PMCA's annual Production Conference will be held at the Lancaster County Convention Center, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The conference includes a one-day supplier exhibition, educational seminars, networking opportunities and the PMCA Annual Golf Tournament.
Show Details: Monday April 15th, 2013 in Lancaster County Convention Center - Lancaster, PA. Booth #135
See floorplan here: http://www.pmca.com/floorplan2013.11.pdf
For more information, visit http://www.cocoafamily.com or call (626)544-0200.
About Cocoa Family
Cocoa Family has been in the organic cocoa bean farming and growing business for decades, providing raw products for U.S., European and Middle Eastern Markets. Cocoa Family Farms produce both the Sanchez and the famous Hispaniola beans.
By early 2007 The Family decided to focus more on reaching customers directly instead of going exporters and distributors. The company opened offices in the United States in late 2008. This has allowed the company to concentrate on consistent quality, timely delivery of products and pass the savings to clients.
In the spring of 2008 the company made its final decision to shift the focus directly to the chocolate producer and the cocoa beans processor to avoid exporting to the middle man. This has allowed the company to concentrate on consistent quality, timely delivery of products and pass the savings to clients.