To create products that delight the senses, you need to start with great raw materials. Choose from our wide range of high-quality cocoa beans and ingredients.
Boosts both flavor and texture. A crucial ingredient in chocolate confectionery as well as cosmetics and plant-based meat alternatives.
Our cocoa portfolio includes both legacy brands and newer faces. All are market leaders that can meet your specific regional or global cocoa needs.
Founded on the banks of the Zaan River in the Netherlands, deZaan has spent more than a century setting standards for cocoa ingredient excellence.
Cocoa cakes, liquors and butters produced in Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. Bringing the flavors of West African cocoa to the world.
A well-known Brazilian brand and the most traditional cocoa processor in the country, Joanes supplies cocoa ingredients to Latin American customers. Founded in 1946 in Salvador, Joanes has been a trusted cocoa ingredient brand in Brazil for generations, always certified by top food safety norms globally. Read more
Great value cocoa powders produced at our state-of-the-art milling facility in Spain using cocoa cake from the most sought-after origins.
Huysman supplies high grade cocoa powders to North American and Asia-based customers from our facilities in Illinois and Indonesia.
A wide range of specialty fats - including vegetable fats, and cocoa butter equivalents, improvers and substitutes.
Based just outside Jakarta, BT Cocoa uses top-quality cocoa beans to produce some of Indonesia’s best cocoa ingredients, including cocoa powder, butter and liquor.
Building partnerships with farmers accross the world's most remote cacao growing regions to offer speciality cacao, unique flavour profiles and complete supply chain transparency.
Our chefs and food scientists are always findings new ways to tantalize consumers’ taste buds. Work with us to explore exciting flavors and textures, appeal to the health-conscious market, or go natural and clean-label.
We’re working with our customers, partners, governments and farming co-operatives to co-create solutions to bring an end to child labor.
Find out what else we’re doing to make the future of cocoa more sustainable here.
From conscious consumers seeking out organic and plant-based chocolate Easter treats to those that love indulgence and excitement, we’ve identified four trends to suit every taste.
With consumers increasingly attracted to premium chocolate and confectionery products, sales for Valentine's Day are predicted to increase by 5% this year. And so, it's no surprise that there have been several new product launches and special promotions in the lead-up to February 14th, like Hershey's Kisses Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Candy, Gueisha Heart Shaped Boxes from Fazer and Ritter Sports’ Raspberry Rose.
Back in 2021, our cocoa innovation team predicted the trends that would take center stage in 2022. From consumers favoring environmentally focused brands, to the growth of premium products, functional ingredients, and a desire for exotic flavors - there was plenty to get excited about!
Cocoa Compass, ofi’s ambition to make the future of cocoa more sustainable, has won the Sustainability Innovation Award at this year’s Food Ingredients Innovation Awards in Paris.
By Tamara Vissers
Baked goods have long been popular with consumers looking for tasty, indulgent snacking. But the landscape is shifting as shoppers seek out new flavor combinations and nutritional benefits. To celebrate National Baking Week, here are four cocoa and nut trends I’m seeing in the bakery category right now – and what that means for developing new creations.
ofi’s team of innovation and culinary experts unpacks some of the top food trends of the year across our portfolio of products.
Experts on ofi’s innovation team, based out of our customer solution center in Chicago, came together to share 10 food and beverage industry trends to watch in 2022.
ofi (olam food ingredients), a global leader in naturally good food and beverage ingredients, says it substantially advanced towards the climate goals stated in its Cocoa Compass sustainability report 2020/21 – the year of COP26. In order to achieve the structural change required to have an impact at scale, the report makes clear that work on the ground in cocoa communities should be supported by international collaboration and regulation.