Nestle's Sustainable Cocoa Chocolate Brands

Whatever your favourite chocolate, our commitment to sustainably sourced cocoa and making a positive social impact in cocoa communities extends across all our brands. Discover how this is embedded in our brands to make your favourite chocolate even tastier.

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Nestlé’s First Sustainably Sourced Chocolate Global Brand

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Improving cocoa-farming families through the Nestlé Cocoa Plan.


Nestlé Sustainably Sourced Cocoa - Does Good. Tastes Great

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Discover the impact we are making

We want to provide transparency on the impact and the challenges we make, allowing us to learn and improve along the way. This sustainable cocoa journey would not be possible without the support of our partners, suppliers, and our teams on the field.

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Our Stories

Protecting and Restoring the West Africa’s Cavally Forest

The Cavally Forest Reserve is one of the largest of 234 classified forests in Côte d’Ivoire. In 2020, Nestlé began working alongside local people to protect and restore this dense landscape with great results.

Giving Cocoa Trees The Shade They Need

Shade trees stand as a sunblock for cocoa, allowing for moisture-rich crop spaces. So we’re distributing shade trees to cocoa farmers such as Dominic, who shares that “the results are clear for all to see.”

Adissa And Emmanuella’s School Story

Adissa and Emmanuella had never attended school. As part of the Nestlé Cocoa Plan, we support access to education by developing bridge schools. Follow their education journey here.

The Benefits of Beekeeping

Work can be seasonal for cocoa farmers in West Africa, with incomes slowing down outside of harvest periods. Beekeeping can give communities a low-space and low-expense source of additional income.

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Our Partners
Delivering impact together

The Nestlé Cocoa Plan is building on more than a decade of experience in the field with the support and help of our partners. Progress and impact are made possible only with their support ­beginning with cocoa-farming families and the local communities.