Made in Côte d'Ivoire

Over the past few years, efforts have been made in order to promote products “Made in Côte d’Ivoire”. Whether they are jewelries or cosmetics, there has been a growing recognition of local Ivorian products regionally and even internationally.

Do I love products “Made in Côte d’Ivoire “? Without an ounce of doubt. However, the goal of this new section on Afrofoodie is to promote entrepreneurs within the food and agro-food industry. Indeed, I firmly believe in supporting such initiatives because if we as Ivorians are not the proud ambassadors of these products, nobody else will.

Ivory Blue | Coffee Made in Côte d’Ivoire

Ivory Blue’s products were launched in 2016. While the local coffee consumption continues to grow in the country, Ivory Blue is the proof that there is still room for more opportunities and innovation. As the 1st expresso coffee brand Made in Côte d’Ivoire, Ivory Blue uses beans grown in the mountain region of the country.

Ivory Blue’s coffee is available in 6 different tastes. In addition, the brand recently launched an infusion bag { Koofy } and also sells chocolate with beans of Arabusta.

Ivory Blue’s products are available :

  • In Plateau - Ivory Blue’s shop
  • In Deux Plateaux - Ivory Blue’s shop
  • In supermarkets and concept stores throughout the city of Abidjan

How much does it cost?

3000 CFA Francs & Up

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Although the project was officially launched in 2015, it first originated almost 20 years ago. Kapecé is a start-up aiming at the promotion of pepper cultivated in Tiassalé (a city of Côte d’Ivoire) nationally and internationally.  Their goal is to produce a premium quality product with respect of the natural environment.

Moreover, Kapecé has a social mission which is to provide additional trainings to the farmers of the city of Tiassalé and support the access to education for the youth in Côte d’Ivoire.

In its collection, you could purchase black, white and red pepper. Green pepper is only available upon order.

Kapece's products are available :

How much does it cost ?

3500 CFA Francs & Up

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Contact: +225 52 69 65 52

Photo credit: Facebook Page Kapecé

Launched in 2016, Mon Choco is an Artisan Chocolatier based in Côte d’Ivoire. Its mission is to promote the terroir of Côte d’Ivoire by Ivorians for Ivorians. What makes Mon Choco so special you may ask? It’s the fact that their chocolate is raw therefore very pure.

Based on a unique, responsible and sustainable approach, Mon Choco uses a power bike to grind the cocoa beans. Not only will you be surprised by the taste of this chocolate produced after such a meticulous work, but you will appreciate its various flavours available.

Mon Choco’s products are available at :

Also available in Senegal, Congo, Bulgaria and France.

How much does it cost ? 1500 CFA Francs & Up

Site Internet | Facebook | Instagram

Phone number : +225 09093292

Photo credit : Afrofoodie

Why not make healthy yet tasty snacks? This is one of the question that led to the creation of Sost in October 2018.

A culinary innovation, Sost's soft cookies are ideal to satisfy our sweet cravings. I must admit, I really like these products not only because there a real desire to promote local ingredients Made in Côte d' Ivoire but also because these cookies meet our daily nutritional needs.

Let yourself be tempted by one of the 5 available flavours:

  • Intense Chocolate (My Favourite 😍 ) {Bitter Cocoa Powder, 70% Chocolate Chips and Seed mixtures}
  • Moringa White Chocolate {Moringa powder and white chocolate chips}
  • Chocolate Grilled Peanuts {70% Chocolate Chips and Roasted Peanuts}
  • Spices Speculos Toffee Nuggets {Cinnamon, Ginger, Nutmeg, Black Pepper and Caramel Nuggets}
  • Two Chocolates {70% chocolate powder, 70% chocolate chips and white chocolate}

The Cookies Soft are available at :

How much does it cost ? 1500 CFA Francs & Up

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Phone number : +225 69 56 27 01

Crédit photos : Facebook Page Sost

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