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    Sweeten your life with Hiraya Chocolates


    When you're palate is looking for sweetness especially during holiday season, yet you don't want to bear all the guilt, there are only one perfect all natural, 100% locally sourced ingredients and a guarantee of a hand-harvested cacao with origins from Davao, you'd want to try their 72% Dark Chocolate of 85g, No preservatives, no additives, no artificial flavors, even suitable for vegans.

    SRP: 200.00

    For coffee lovers alike, A special Chocolate bar with coffee nibs is going to be your best friend. The Hiraya X Kalsada Chocolate bar with Coffee nibs has a strong, robust coffee notes, features premium coffee beans sourced from highlands of Sitio Belis, Benguet Province. The selling price is 200.00

    They are collaborating with Kalsada Coffee, a social enterprise based in Manila and Seattle, promoting coffee in the Philippines.

    You can get a pack of goodness in 70g.

    Hiraya Artisan Chocolates, Inc. is a Filipino Bean to Bar Chocolate company. Hiraya Chocolates is an ancient Filipino word meaning " the fruit of one's hopes, dreams, and inspirations.

    They are sourcing directly from local farmers. So Imagine our big help in promoting our own product would definitely help our fellow local farmers.

    Mission Vision Impact
    * Our mission is to improve the lives of our cacao farmer
    communities through direct and fair trade
    * Our vision is to produce a strong brand of fine quality
    chocolate and chocolate products
    * To date, we have one (1) community composed of 58
    farmers in Brgy. Malabog, Davao City
    Social Entrepreneurship
    * Combines business with do good mentality
    * Contributes to a sense of local identity and supports local
    economy
    * Profit-oriented but at its core also tackles and helps provide solutions for social issues
    * Our efforts have since provided +200% in income for our
    the community of farmers in Davao







    As Featured In
    * BPI Foundation’s Sinag Business Challenge 2015, Top 40 Semi-Finalist
    TheSparkProject.com, Oct-Dec 2015
    WhenInManila.com, Nov 30, 2015
    * Spot.ph, Dec 18, 2015
    * ANC Green Living, Aired Feb 9, 2016
    * Yummy Magazine, April 2016 Issue
    * Breakfast Magazine, Nov 23, 2016
    * Michelin Guide Singapore, Feb 15, 2017
    * Pepper.ph, Feb 19, 2017
    * The Thinking Consumer, May 2017

    For more information,

    You may contact thru:

    Contact Us
    * Office c/o Roots Katipunan Unit 106 FBR Arcade Bldg.,
    317 Katipunan Avenue Loyola Heights, Quezon City
    * Mobile: Arvin Peralta 0917-8511685
    * Email: hirayachocolates@gmail.com
    * Online: www.hirayachocolates.com
    * Social Media
    facebook.com/HirayaChocolates
    instagram @hirayachocolates

    When you're palate is looking for sweetness especially during holiday season, yet you don't want to bear all the guilt, there are only one perfect all natural, 100% locally sourced ingredients and a guarantee of a hand-harvested cacao with origins from Davao, you'd want to try their 72% Dark Chocolate of 85g, No preservatives, no additives, no artificial flavors, even suitable for vegans.

    SRP: 200.00

    For coffee lovers alike, A special Chocolate bar with coffee nibs is going to be your best friend. The Hiraya X Kalsada Chocolate bar with Coffee nibs has a strong, robust coffee notes, features premium coffee beans sourced from highlands of Sitio Belis, Benguet Province. The selling price is 200.00

    They are collaborating with Kalsada Coffee, a social enterprise based in Manila and Seattle, promoting coffee in the Philippines.

    You can get a pack of goodness in 70g.

    Hiraya Artisan Chocolates, Inc. is a Filipino Bean to Bar Chocolate company. Hiraya Chocolates is an ancient Filipino word meaning " the fruit of one's hopes, dreams, and inspirations.

    They are sourcing directly from local farmers. So Imagine our big help in promoting our own product would definitely help our fellow local farmers.

    Mission Vision Impact
    * Our mission is to improve the lives of our cacao farmer
    communities through direct and fair trade
    * Our vision is to produce a strong brand of fine quality
    chocolate and chocolate products
    * To date, we have one (1) community composed of 58
    farmers in Brgy. Malabog, Davao City
    Social Entrepreneurship
    * Combines business with do good mentality
    * Contributes to a sense of local identity and supports local
    economy
    * Profit-oriented but at its core also tackles and helps provide solutions for social issues
    * Our efforts have since provided +200% in income for our
    the community of farmers in Davao







    As Featured In
    * BPI Foundation’s Sinag Business Challenge 2015, Top 40 Semi-Finalist
    TheSparkProject.com, Oct-Dec 2015
    WhenInManila.com, Nov 30, 2015
    * Spot.ph, Dec 18, 2015
    * ANC Green Living, Aired Feb 9, 2016
    * Yummy Magazine, April 2016 Issue
    * Breakfast Magazine, Nov 23, 2016
    * Michelin Guide Singapore, Feb 15, 2017
    * Pepper.ph, Feb 19, 2017
    * The Thinking Consumer, May 2017

    For more information,

    You may contact thru:

    Contact Us
    * Office c/o Roots Katipunan Unit 106 FBR Arcade Bldg.,
    317 Katipunan Avenue Loyola Heights, Quezon City
    * Mobile: Arvin Peralta 0917-8511685
    * Email: hirayachocolates@gmail.com
    * Online: www.hirayachocolates.com
    * Social Media
    facebook.com/HirayaChocolates
    instagram @hirayachocolates
    . Thursday, December 14, 2017 .

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