The Toledo Cacao Growers Association was established in 1984.The association was incorporated as a non-profit company in 1986 with its mission being to improve the socioeconomic standard of living of its members through competitive and diversified systems of production which incorporate sound ecological principles.Read More
TCGA is certified organic by Soil Association and Fairtrade by Flo-Cert. TCGA is additionally certified by the Canadian Organic Regime (COR). Our certification ensures that all our activities meet international standards to ensure we contribute to the socio-cultural, economic and environmental development of the region.Read More
TCGA now have two centralized processing facility where a dedicated team monitors fermentation and drying process daily. Similarly efforts are made through TCGA Projects to improve flavor varieties by identifying and studying monilia tolerant varieties and grafting high yielding varieties.Read More
Sustainable farming is a way of raising food that is healthy for consumers and animals, does not harm the environment, […]
A training session on Quality Control, was held on October 29, 2014, at the San Antonio depot. Twelve “post harvest […]
Many changes observed in the environment are long term, occurring slowly over time. Organic agriculture considers the medium- and long-term […]
The Toledo Cacao Growers Association (TCGA) is a non-governmental organization that works with cacao farmers in improving production provide training sales, quality and exportation of organically grown cacao to the local and international market. TCGA work with community base organization, civil society, governments and international organization to encourage and support effective policies and practices through research and policy development, and through supporting the development of local capacities and structures.