BARCELONA, 26 May. (EUROPEAN PRESS) –
The Museu de la Xocolata de Barcelona is a part of the original ship found on the site of Theobroma cacao (BC Santa Ana – La Florida (Upper Amazon) BC) from the Ecuadorian Embassy in Spain this Thursday and can be seen permanently in the Barcelona museum from today onwards. is a copy.
Ecuador’s Ambassador to Spain Andrés Vallejo, Pastry Guild manager and Bean to Bar MXBCN creator Olivier Fernández; Antoni Bellart and Àngels Pujol as representatives of the Barcelona Pastisseria Guild; and Museum director Marta Tanà. All appreciated the significance of this find and its presence at the Museu de la Xocolata de Barcelona (MXBCN): “We are delighted to be able to deliver this highly symbolic copy to the chocolate headquarters in Barcelona. Spain is a major trading partner of Ecuador in the commercialization of cocoa and the Museum We also know the strong relationship of the cacao with the country’s cocoa,” said Vallejo, referring to the commercial ties with local producers in Ecuador for the supply of cocoa. Cocoa in the Bean to Bear project by MXBCN.
In that sense, MXBCN’s director, Marta Tañà, conveyed the institution’s “proud” that she presumes must be one of four museums in Spain to receive this piece, which places the origin of cocoa close to a residential area. Liturgy-funeral in the Ecuadorian state of Zamora-Chinchipe. Tañà thanked the embassy for the trust placed in “the institution so that all Barcelonans and tourists in the city can learn firsthand more about the origin of cocoa, which is so present in our daily lives and is arguably the main character, moments related to the celebrations. In addition to managing Escola, Bean to Bar “Ecuadorian cocoa meets the highest levels of taste, aroma and texture for making pastries,” added Olivier Fernández, who led the by MXBCN project.
Famous names of the pastry industry such as World Chocolate Masters 2022 winner Lluc Crusellas and Eric attended the award ceremony.
Source: Noti Merica