Madécasse is a chocolate brand sold wholesale and retail primarily in US and Canada but also in Europe. Their chocolate is produced from bean to bar in Madagascar using cocoa of single source origin.
Two former Peace Corps workers, Tim McCollum and Brett Beach, co-founded Madécasse in 2008 while working in Madagascar with an aim to benefit a local farming industry through a cooperative of 45 farmers. Their chocolate was originally made and packaged by Chocolaterie Robert and is since 2009 produced and packaged by Cinagra, using cocoa from plantations in Ambanja, such as the Millot Plantation.
In 2011, Madécasse was awarded one of 50 Most Innovative Companies by Fast Company - a media company which features unique business concepts and the individuals behind them in their printed and online publications.