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The Chocolate Dream:

Creating Shared
Value at Origin

At Luker Chocolate, we believe that chocolate makes the world a better place and in fair relationships where everyone is a winner. Through shared value strategies, we can transform cocoa-growing territories while strengthening our business model. Through our plan, “The Chocolate Dream”, we are achieving a positive impact on the communities through education, entrepreneurship, art and culture, agricultural development and job creation in the countryside.

We bring together different actors of the chocolate value chain, including our clients, NGOs, and local government, among others.

Anchor Model

In 2011, we started our cocoa plantations as a long-term plan to increase Fine Flavour cocoa availability and have a more substantial and more direct impact on some of our regions. We now offer cocoa from our own farms in Necoclí, Huila and Casanare.

By leveraging the scale and resources of our own farms, our Anchor Model allows us to reach surrounding communities and local producers with technical assistance and training on appropriate environmental practices. Furthermore, we contribute to social development by offering formal employment and actively supporting education, culture, and entrepreneurship.

The Power of Education

We provide quality education to motivate children and youth to stay in the countryside by implementing methodologies that allow them to improve their basic, social, emotional and technical skills.


Preserve the future



We protect the forests, soils and biodiversity around cocoa crops through protection, conservation and environmental education.


The Cacao Effect



This Cooperation Agreement with USAID seeks to strengthen the cocoa production chain and improve the living conditions of producers and their communities.


Entrepreneurship for the future



We diversify the income of the communities that live around cocoa to improve their quality of life.


Water and Forests



We protect water sources, raise awareness among the population and provide drinking water for communities.


Cocoa Masters



A programme to support and recognise cocoa farmers work and promote cocoa production with sustainable practices.


A programme created for our clients who want to have a “hands-on” approach to sustainability and get involved directly in financing specific projects designed to meet the needs of the cocoa-growing communities in Colombia.

As Members of the Dreamers Club,

our clients have funded education, entrepreneurship and cultural initiatives.



As The Chocolate Dream is a collaborative model, we look forward to many people becoming involved. Thus, various actors help us to implement the projects in territories, including NGOs, the private sector, entrepreneurs, and academia, so that together we can build effective, long-range solutions for the cocoa-growing communities of Colombia.