What does the name mean?

Pacha comes from the Quechua word for ‘soil’ and ‘earth’ and de cacao is Spanish for ‘of cacao’. Together they stand for ‘world of cacao’. We wanted to create a strong link to Pachamama, the female goddess, Mother Earth, who is an important concept in most of the Latin American cultures.
We believe that we need to give back to Earth, and we do so by using the cacao pulp and preventing from it being wasted.