• Solar Powered - solar energy powers our tree to bar factory in bright Caribbean sunshine.
  • 100% Organic - the finest organic cocoa in the world
  • Shipped by Wind - many bars have been sailed across the ocean by Fair Transport to be entirely carbon neutral, wow!
  • Top Chocolate - taking three silver medals in the London Academy of Chocolate, GCC is one of the best fine tree to bar makers in the world.
  • Changing Lives - through making value added products at origin the GCC empowers farmers and families in Grenada to earn a living wage for their work
  • All Farms Certified - all members of the cocoa cooperative at Grenada Chocolate Co. have been certified organic and uphold the highest standards of cultivation for their cocoa
  • Visit Us! - take a journey, through a bite of organic chocolate or hop on a plane and visit, the flavors and rich spices of Grenada await your arrival.

Some of our Achievements

We are the cocoa farmers. we make chocolate from tree to bar with our delicious Grenadian TriInltario cocoa beans

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  • Solar Powered

    We use photovoltaic solar panels to create the electricity that our machines use. Currently we have 6920 watts of pv power on our roof and in our yard, large deep cycle batteries and various controls as our power system.

  • Wind Powered

    Grenada Chocolate bars are shipped to UK and Holland on the Tres Hombres sailing ship, an old-fashioned, square-rigged Brigantine 32 meter ship. And, to Carriacou, Grenada’s sister Island 20 miles away, on our 13 foot Hobie Cat.

  • 100% organic

    The Grenada Chocolate Company Ltd. was founded in 1999 with the idea of creating an Organic Cocoa Farmers’ and Chocolate-Makers’ Cooperative. We produce high quality Organic dark chocolate in Grenada with our world famous cocoa beans. Our factory is nestled in lush cocoa groves in Grenada’s pristine rainforest. We now have over 200 acres of […]

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  • BBC World Service – From Our Own Correspondent, Israeli Settlements and Grenadian Chocolate

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    Our thanks to Lucy Daltroff who talked abut the Grenada Chocolate and Mott Green on the World Service and UK\’s Radio 4. and sent us this link: Half a world away, Lucy Daltroff is on the island of Grenada, drinking in the sights, smells and tastes of a cacao plantation. The Belmont Estate has grown […]

  • Classic Grenada Chocolate Radio Ads

    Thanks to a sharp eyed reader, it was pointed out that there were a few broken links on our Media page. We had these all along but they somehow got lost during the transfer from Mott’s original site, so for old times sake and to celebrate their re-discovery, we present the recovered audio files here: […]

  • Looking for our new General Manager

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    The Chocolate Company grows from strength to strength following Mott’s untimely demise, the farmers and the factory crew have made more chocolate than ever in the last two years. Demand continues to outstrip supply of organic cocoa beans, and there are both opportunities and challenges moving forward in the future. We want to build on […]