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Pichincha

The ultimate chocolate with just a hint of sweetness. Eat it slowly and it soars. Smooth and rich with an amazing bitter chocolate finish. This special chocolate will take you to new heights; it is not for the meek.

Ingredients

Cocoa mass, cane sugar, emulsifier (soya lecithin, GMO free) Cocoa Solids: 91% min

Puerto Quito

The coastal town of Puerto Quito, is located at the confluence of two rivers in the Ecuadorian province of Pichincha. A developing area of eco-tourism, Puerto Quito is known for its wildlife, jungles and waterfalls. The area is home to over 400 species of birds, most notably its multitude of hummingbirds. The BIOFASCA Foundation helps local farmers process and sell the local Arriba cacao. This superior chocolate is shade-grown, organic, fair-trade and profoundly delicious. Look for the signature hummingbird on the label of this extraordinary 91% cocoa bar.

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The equator passes through Puerto Quito.

Climate:

It is variable, according the height, for example, there are zones of humid tropical and monsoon tropical to the west of the province; the center and eastern sector are influenced by humid meso-thermal, sub humid climates, dry meso-thermal, moor and gelid.

Pichincha province is located in the central region or the Sierra, in the north of the Ecuadorian territory. Such geographic location grants the following characteristics: It is crossed by the Equator line, it’s considered Andean because it is located in a valley deep in the Andes Mountains, in the pit formed by Guayllabamba river; it is also volcanic because it is located on the mountainous structure of Pichincha volcano.
General Data:

General Data:
Capital: Quito
Area: 3,517 sq. mi.
Population: 2,466,245
Cantons: Quito, Cayambe, Mejía, Pedro Moncayo, Rumiñahui, Santo Domingo, San Miguel de los Bancos, Pedro Vicente Maldonado, Puerto Quito

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Natural Resources:

Pichincha is the province with the most varied agrarian production, potato, barley, broad bean and pastures; in the high zone, wheat, corn, legumes, fruits in the valleys and low slopes. In the western area coffee, rice, cacao, yucca, bananas, African palm and tropical fruits.

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