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We are very happy to organise a live edition of the Trade Fair again after the COVID-19 pandemic. As this year the venue is smaller than before we can offer 40 booths. At the last Trade Fair before COVID-19 we have had 85. All trade fair exhibitors will also have a virtual stand on our digital platform.

Trade Fair Exhibitors

Trade Fair opening hours: 09:30-18:00

BROWN CHOCOLATE SRL

CHOCOLATERIA ARTESANAL AMAZONICA S.A.C.

Cameroon Fire Mountain

Caotech b.v.

Chocolatoa

Chocolats Halba Honduras

Cocoa Town

Corus International

Daarnhouwer & Co

Dominican Republic Definite Chocolate

Dominican Republic Rizek Cacao

ETG/Beyond Beans Foundation

Gablin Foods

Gaia Cacao

Grosso specialties supply - tesoro amazonico

INVERSIONES PERU ORGANIC S.A.C.

Ingemann Fine Cocoa

InterMagna B.V. - Angie Sarl.

Into Choco

Jamaica Pure Chocolate

Jamaica Likkle More Chocolate

Jamaica One One Cacao

Jamaica Mount Pleasant Farm Chocolatiers

Cameroon Fire Mountain

Judibana | Cacaos fins du Venezuela

Koa

Lareka Confectionery Equipment

MI Cocoa

MOCCA

NAIKE EIRL

NUTRY BODY SOCIEDAD ANONIMA CERRADA

Nemisto - Krak Chocolade

Plot Enterprise

PROMPERU Benelux & Scandinavia

REYCAL COMPANY SAC

Segura

Silva Cacao & Pro-Amazonia Ecuador

Tony’s Chocolonely

Two Sides Srl

Uncommon Cacao

Valloni C&C & Unocace

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Jack Steijn and Caroline Lubbers have founded Equipoise to contribute to a fair market outcome for all stakeholders in the cocoa value chain. Focusing on market-driven programs, Equipoise excels at projects safeguarding the continuity of the cocoa supply chains, which can only be achieved through sustainable practices.

Besides organizing CHOCOA, the Amsterdam Sustainable Cocoa Conference, and the Chocolate Makers’ Forum, Equipoise launched the European Markets Academy in 2016 and the Cocoa Export Training in 2018. Both programs offer support for market access and prepare participants for the difficulties of exporting cocoa to the European market.

As consultants, Equipoise is working on the Cocoa Origins Program in cooperation with IDH. Small volume cocoa users are supported to develop sustainability projects at the origin of their supply chains, linked to the Dutch market.

 

Further, Equipoise executed projects together with INSEAD of Fontainebleau and Port of Amsterdam International, the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO), the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the Centre for the Promotion of Imports from Developing Countries (CBI), the International Trade Center (ITC), Solidaridad and GROW Liberia, part of Adam Smith International and Color Cacao.

Equipoise has experience working on sustainability projects worldwide, including Cameroun, Colombia, Côte d’Ivoire, Ecuador, Ghana, Liberia, Madagascar, Mexico, Peru, and Sierra Leone.

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