The scientific name for cacao (Theobroma cacao) is derived from the Greek words theos (god) and broma (food), meaning Food of the Gods. While some experts believe cacao originated in Mexico, more recent genetics studies point to a different origin: the Amazon. Most of the cacao in the world today are from the Ivory Coast and Ghana. Brazil comes in 5th place after Indonesia and Nigeria. AmazonDrops uses pure cacao in a series of products including soap, body scrub and body balm.
La Isla de Providencia es una isla del Mar Caribe de 17 km² que pertenece al Archipiélago de San Andrés y Providencia y territorio del muni...
BrazilThis girl is very poor in North East Brazil; I was traveling around there when I saw this girl looking at me with those eyes; so I took the shot; I will be back to Brazil and revisit her house to give her this photo.
“I’ve fallen in love with Scandinavia. It has great food, interesting wine, and friendly, gorgeous people riding bikes everywhere. I’d particularly like to experience the bike-through cafés in Malmö, Sweden.” –Lorenzo Martone, founder of New York–based bicycle brand Martone Cycling Co.