NUUBIA SF is a local Bay Area artisan chocolatier making fine confections hand crafted from precious, humanely sourced ingredients.
Besides being fine chocolatiers, the folks at Nuubia are avid conservationists. They have a distinct passion to protect the Planet, ecosystems, and endangered species. Mindful in all that they do, Nuubia SF avoids palm oil and all GMO ingredients in manufacturing their fine products. To reduce harm that may be inadvertently caused to the environment, all their products, including packaging are sustainably sourced and made to strict certification standards.
They also support conservation and animal advocacy organizations, like OURF, in many ways.
If you are landing on this page from a Nuubia inspired portal, Nuubia founder, Alexandra Saunders would like you to learn more about OURF’s programs including the Mobile Education & Conservation Unit (MECU), a program that works with cacao farmers and others along the border to help improve their livelihoods sustainably while reducing the conflict between primates and farmers.
Nuubia SF is working with OURF and MECU to develop the Chocolate Wildlife Program which will provide a sustainable supply chain of single origin organic chocolate to Nuubia and feedback profits to OURF and MECU.
Founder Alexandra Saunders is one of the 2015 Pongo Environmental Award recipients given by Orang Utan Republik Foundation- honored for Nuubia’s commitment to the environment.
If you have discovered this page and have not experienced Nuubia Chocolat yet, consider visiting their website at www.nuubiasf.com to learn more about their products and consider trying them.