ONE PACK = ONE ACRE

At Sacred, we believe Mother Nature is the most Sacred of all, that's why for every pack purchased we protect one acre of Indigenous Lands in the Amazon Rainforest from where our cacao comes from. Thanks to your support and our friends at Rainforest Trust, we are collectively helping the Ashaninka tribes preserve their land and protect their way of life.

From seed to serve and belly to bin, we’ve ensured that our cacao improves the lives of everyone it touches. We support the Ashaninka tribes in cultivating only the finest, heirloom criollo cacao beans that are ethically sourced and sustainably made, to bring you the joy, happiness, peace and benefits that each cup of cacao can serve.

It’s our mission to preserve the land and protect the culture from where our cacao comes from, whilst helping people reconnect to the planet and their purpose through remembering what is Sacred.

Thank you for being a part of our Sacred Journey...

RAINFOREST TRUST

Sacred Taste is proud to be a Conservation Circle Partner of Rainforest Trust, one of the world’s most effective conservation charities. Sacred Taste donates to Rainforest Trust’s Conservation Action Fund, a fund used to support and protect endangered species, threatened rainforests and other tropical ecosystems around the world. Our donations will safeguard real acres of rainforest!

Rainforests are one of the most important natural resources on Earth, and affect the daily lives of everyone on our planet. They safely store billions of tons of carbon, helping to mitigate climate change, stabilise global weather patterns, clean water, and are even a source for modern medicines. Rainforests are also home to 50% of the world’s species, many of which are critically endangered. Thousands of indigenous communities rely on these forests for their food, water and economic prosperity. In short, rainforests help to sustain life on this planet, and their long-term protection is absolutely vital for our survival.

Rainforest Trust ensures the protection of these vital ecosystems through partnerships with local communities and trusted in-country partner NGOs. The charity has already saved over 24 million acres of rainforest and other tropical ecosystems. To find out more, please visit the Rainforest Trust website.


For more info on Rainforest Trust visit www.rainforesttrust.org