Frequently Asked Questions
What does Téo mean?
Téo comes from the Spanish word, teobromina, which is translated to theobromine in English. Theobroma Cacao is the name of the cacao tree plant.
What is theobromine?
Theobromine is a key compound in cacao. It is a mild stimulant providing a softer and longer lasting energy. It is great for heart, respiratory, and brain health! No jitters or crashes!
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How long does a bag of Téo last?
- 2-3 years unopened bag
- Up to 5 months opened bag
You can leave it in your freezer to keep it fresh longer!
How do you source your cacao?
The farmers we work with and their livelihoods are important to us. We believe in paying good wages and supporting high quality agricultural training so that farmers can learn to optimize and produce the best quality cacao, giving them leverage to demand good prices.
Currently, we source our cacao beans from a small family farm in Naranjal, Ecuador.
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How much is shipping?
Reduced Shipping as of 1/6/21
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