As part of our continuous effort to better serve your business needs and improve your experience, ofi has streamlined our portfolio of cocoa brands.


The BTCocoa brand has been rebranded to Huysman, and the manufacturing site remains at our state-of-art factory, in Tangerang, Indonesia. 


At Huysman, we have elevated cocoa consistency to a science, delivering a focused range of best-in-class cocoa ingredients that are optimized for the mass manufacturing process.

Our Ingredients

Cocoa Powder

Reliable Cocoa Powder Performance

Through our expert knowledge and application of milling, blending and alkalization technologies, we ensure that Huysman cocoa powders retain their superior color and flavor characteristics.


The result of this process is our value-driven portfolio of dependable, high-specification, natural and alkalized Huysman cocoa powders with 10-12% fat content.

Cocoa Liquor

Great Tasting, Quality and Versatile Cocoa Liquor

At Huysman, we pride ourselves in delivering quality cocoa ingredients that are versatile and great tasting. Expanding our customer focused product offering are the new single origin cocoa liquors.


Known for recognizably smooth and distinct chocolate flavors, our two new cocoa liquors from Côte d’Ivoire and Ecuador are fine in quality, diverse in flavor and versatile in use. They also allow for greater efficiency when producing chocolate.

Brochures for Asia

Brand Overview
Brand Overview
Introducing our expanded range of versatile cocoa powders effectively produced for great tasting recipes.
Cocoa Powder
DH191R Cocoa Powder
A natural, light brown cocoa powder with chocolaty and fruity flavors.
DH151T Cocoa Powder
Dutched brown cocoa powder with balanced cocoa and chocolaty flavor.
DH220E Cocoa Powder
Medium brown cocoa powder with strong cocoa and chocolaty flavor.
DH240E Cocoa Powder
Dutched medium brown reddish cocoa powder with mild cocoa and chocolaty flavor.
DH251P Cocoa Powder
Dutched brown cocoa powder with strong cocoa and well-rounded chocolaty flavor.
DH260E Cocoa Powder
Dutched brown cocoa powder with strong cocoa and well-rounded chocolaty flavor.
DH360P Cocoa Powder
Dutched medium brown cocoa powder with reddish hues, and full-bodied cocoa flavor.
DH400L Cocoa Powder
Dutched dark brown cocoa powder with balanced cocoa and chocolaty profile with detectable alkalinity notes.
DH673P Cocoa Powder
Dutched medium brown, full-bodied cocoa powder with rich chocolaty flavor.
DH771L Cocoa Powder
Dutched dark reddish cocoa powder with strong cocoa and chocolaty flavor with slight bitterness.
Cocoa Liquor
HN311L Cocoa Liquor
Single Origin Côte D’Ivoire Cocoa Liquor
HN366NL Cocoa Liquor
Single Origin Ecuador Cocoa Liquor

Efficiency By Design

From our processing plants in North America and Asia, we provide food manufacturers with a specific range of cocoa powders.

These can be applied efficiently and consistently across a broad range of manufacturing processes and recipe applications. This provides versatile and cost-effective ingredient solutions for cocoa products.


Our dedication to reliable ingredient performance and desirable flavor profiles has made Huysman a trusted supplier to deliver great recipe results every time.

Read ofi news

Press Release Apr 30, 2024
ofi cocoa shares how transparency and traceability are driving sustainability impact for food & beverage sector 

ofi (olam food ingredients), a global leader in naturally good food and beverage ingredients, says developments in data and technology – from granular deforestation mapping and child labor monitoring to AI-powered carbon measurement tools – are accelerating progress towards its Cocoa Compass sustainability ambition. It is also providing food and beverage companies with enhanced traceability and transparency ahead of new regulations in Europe and beyond.


The latest Cocoa Compass highlights based on 2022 data include:

  • New analysis showing over 30,168 farmers in ofi’s cocoa supply chain are earning a living income[1], putting the business on track to reach its 2030 target of 150,000 cocoa farmers earning a living income.
  • A 395% increase in the number of children receiving education support in 2022, compared to the 2018 baseline.
  • A 15% increase in the number of households covered by ofi’s Child Labor Monitoring and Remediation System (CLMRS).
  • 6 million trees distributed by ofi, working with its customers and partners, for agroforestry and income diversification, from 2018 to 2022.
  • 79% of farms in ofi’s sustainability programs have been polygon mapped[2]


United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Indonesia Mission Director, Jeff Cohen, said: "We are proud to be working together with ofi and the Hershey Company to encourage cocoa farmers to adopt more sustainable agriculture practices—like diversifying their crops and allowing more trees to remain on their land—which will strengthen their resilience against climate shocks and improve their livelihoods[3].”

Articles Apr 25, 2024
Assessing Natural Capital costs in coffee operations

How do you differentiate between the environmental impacts of organizations across different geographies, local conditions, products, local regulations etc.?

For several years, ofi has been working towards assessing the true value (cost or benefits) of some of our operations on the ground. Our latest case study on Natural Capital Valuation: Assessing Natural Capital costs in coffee operations, delves into year-on-year monetary impact of our select coffee growing operations in five origins.


Globally, an estimated 12.5 million to 25 million smallholder farmers depend on the coffee industry for their livelihoods, according to figures from Fairtrade1 and the FAO2. However, the majority of these farmers face significant challenges including limited access to formal agronomy training, inadequate resources, small farm sizes and insecure land tenure. These factors often hinder the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices, which are crucial for preserving Natural Capital over the medium and long term. As a result, coffee production often imposes a cost on nature in the form of GHG emissions, degradation of soil structure and fertility, depletion of ground and surface water, and loss of natural ecosystem services critical to agricultural production.


To address these challenges, we employ Natural Capital valuation techniques, which leverage environmental economics to assign a monetary value (US$) to our impacts and dependencies, encompassing carbon emissions, water usage and ecosystem services. Quantifying Natural Capital in this way enables us to assess and mitigate risks while fostering investments that promote a positive impact on landscapes and ecosystem.


We evaluated twenty AtSource+ coffee farmer groups sourced from five different origins3 to assess their GHG emissions and water use related Natural Capital Costs (NCC). Reporting on the NCC is based on each metric tonne of product which makes the cost intensities very sensitive/ dependent on farm level yields. Thus, understanding the underlying yield dynamics is also crucial for interpreting these NCC footprints effectively.

Articles Apr 24, 2024
Helping farming communities meet their own health and nutrition needs

The combined expertise of our local sustainability teams with partners such as Funcafé, TechnoServe, Côte d’Ivoire's National Nutrition program, USAID (United States Agency for International Development), and Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) delivers solutions to improve access to clean water, healthcare services and supplies, and nutritious food.


Initiatives range from using geo-location to identify and screen for infant malnutrition in farming communities in Côte d'Ivoire - where one in five children experience stunted growth and development - to fortifying key staples with vitamins and minerals in our processing facilities.

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