Malagos Chocolate from Davao Wins Major International Awards

Malagos Chocolate bagged two awards from the internationally-acclaimed group, Academy of Chocolate.

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The Academy of Chocolate, which was founded in Britain by some of the world’s leading chocolate professionals, gives recognition to excellent chocolate under the following categories: bars, drinking chocolate, filled chocolate, spreads, and packaging. Every year, they come together to award chocolate makers that get behind their mission: to produce and promote fine, properly-sourced chocolate instead of mass-produced confectioneries that take over many grocery stores worldwide. 

 


 

The Academy of Chocolate’s recently released results include one of our finest Philippine-made chocolates that hail from Davao: Malagos Chocolate! Their Malagos 65% Dark Chocolate and Malagos 72% Dark Chocolate bars bagged bronze awards under the Tree to Bar category—one that recognizes Malagos Chocolate for creating chocolate from locally-grown or sourced cacao beans.

 

It doesn’t stop there—the 100% Unsweetened Malagos Chocolate also took home a silver award in the Drinking Chocolate category.

 

The mother-and-son duo, Charita and Rex Puentespina, has always stood behind their philosophy of ethically- and sustainably-produced chocolate. There is no better time to celebrate the world-class quality of our local ingredients, as well as the hard work that’s been put in to put local chocolate at the forefront.

 

Click here to see a list of local retailers and resellers or click here to shop for Malagos Chocolate online.

 

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