Saveur: Meet the Sisters Making Revolutionary Chocolate in Ghana. Read here.
Stranger's Guide: Why We Started A Chocolate Business in Ghana. Read here.
Bon Appetit: If You’ve Never Tried Ghanaian Chocolate, Now’s the Time: And You Should Start with ‘57 Chocolate. Read here.
BBC: How Favorable is Ghana’s Business Environment for Start-ups? Watch here
Le Monde: Au Ghana, la marque 57 Chocolate fabrique « des tablettes de patriotisme » Read here.
TV5: Ghana: de la production de cacao à l'aventure du chocolat. Read here.
Essence: Your #BUYBLACK Gift Guide: Take care of everyone on your holiday list with goodies from these Black-owned businesses. Read here.
DW: Two Sisters Change the Chocolate Market in Ghana. Read here.
Dine Diaspora: 2020 Honorees: 31 Days of Black Women in Food. Read here.
Black Girl Ventures: The Addison Sisters of ‘57 Chocolate are Bringing Economic Empowerment to Ghana. Read here.
Franffurter Allgemeine: Mit Hibiskus und Koksnuss/ With Hibiscus and Coconut. Read here.
Quartz Africa: The World’s Two Largest Cocoa Producers Want You to Buy Their Chocolate, Not Just Their Beans. Read here.
NBC News: ‘57 Chocolate is a ‘Sweet” Homage to Ghana. Read here.
Black Enterprise: These Two Ghanaian Sisters Are Changing the Chocolate Market. Read here.
Travel Noire: 17 Must Try Black-Owned Chocolate Companies Across the Globe. Read here and Best Things To Do in Accra, Ghana. Read here.
Cuisine Noir: ‘57 Chocolate Brings Ghanaian Cocoa Bean-to-Bar Products to Market. Read here.
The Yucatan Times: The Darker and Lighter Side of Chocolate — A Story of Bitterness and Hope. Read here.
We Rule: ‘57 Chocolate: a Luxury Bean to Bar Chocolate Manufactured in Ghana. Read here.
Shoppe Black: Two Sisters Created the Only Luxury Chocolate Brand Made in Africa. Read here.
She Leads Africa: ‘57 Chocolate: How to Start a Chocolate Company On a Budget in the Motherland. Read here.