Monday, May 25, 2020
Havana.- The Baracoa chocolate factory, in eastern Cuba, is putting the finishing touches on new investments that will allow improving the quality of its products
The modernization of the industry will allow the incorporation of items such as 30-gram tablets and 50- and 100-gram fillers, plus industrial chocolates.
This way, the plant will have production lines to transform cocoa, powdered mixes, artisan chocolates and tablets and industrial chocolates.
The investment is estimated at about 20 million pesos, in national and foreign currencies, for technological equipment, with a view to use cocoa fully.
It is worth mentioning that cocoa butter is used in the food, medicine, cosmetic and soap industries, while cocoa is widely used in ice creams, candies and chocolate.