Chocolate skills help Colombian farmers in conflict zones
José Ramón Castillo is the founder of renowned “Que Bo! Chocolateria Mexicana Evolutiva”, a brand new way of producing and consuming chocolate in Latin America by combining artisanal technique with a “deep knowledge of modern cuisine”.
This year, Castillo has introduced his work to Colombia in the form of “Factor Cacao”, which uses only natural cocoa from the country’s conflict zones. Located near the bustling Zona T, Factor Cacao opened its doors in January and has been hugely popular ever since.
Source: The City Paper Bogotá