From the Ecuadorian rain forest to Whole Foods

11/5/2008 | NYTimes.com

The Quechua people of Ecuador, who long farmed cacao for global companies, now make and market their own chocolate bars. The Kallari cooperative includes about 850 families of growers and sells chocolate bars in specialty shops such as Whole Foods for up to $5.99 a bar.

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