The schoggifestival should have taken place at the beginning of April – if Corona hadn’t given us a really big break.
We were all a bit paralyzed for a while when the events and regulations started to overturn. But now we are back. The postponement of the schoggifestival doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t talk about or enjoy chocolate anymore.
Right now the world is practicing social distancing while craft chocolate makers, cocoa processors* and other small cocoa and chocolate businesses are suffering from the downturn in business. In addition, the pre-Easter moment when we can call for respect for human rights in cocoa is in danger of being lost. The Schoggifestival team would like to build a bridge and offer a platform to bring together, in a simple way, multi-faceted messages from the world of chocolate.

  • Listen to our first podcasts about the chocolate festival and Easter tips.
  • Dig through the fine online chocolate assortment of the chocolate festival exhibitors.
  • Read the Cocoa Barometer documents to find out about current sustainability developments and critical issues in the cocoa sector.
  • Watch and listen to the audio-visual messages from the exhibitors* and organisers* who will tell you about the chocolate home office: