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File name: 10_03_000133a Binder label: Food Title: Theobroma Cacao [front] Date issued: 1870 - 1900 (approximate) Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 11 x 7 cm. Genre: Advertising cards Subject: Cacao; Beverages; Confections Notes: Title from item. Statement of responsibility: Walter Baker & Co. Ltd. Collection: 19th Century American Trade Cards Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department Rights: No known restrictions.

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OverviewKakao Ginger Wallpaper. Our Kakao design was inspired by the origins of delectable chocolate! On our inspiration trip to Costa Rica we watched the process of chocolate making from start to finish which was truly fascinating and of course, delicious. Our print Kakao features the famous fruit of the Theobroma cacao tree which are the pod like shapes within the design. The fruits harbor the cacao beans which are technically the seeds of the fruit. I wanted the style of the design to be chil Leeds College Of Art, College Art, Shop Design, Design Studio, Cacao Fruit, Chocolate Packaging Design, How To Make Chocolate, Chocolate Making, Mind The Gap

OverviewKakao Ginger Wallpaper. Our Kakao design was inspired by the origins of delectable chocolate! On our inspiration trip to Costa Rica we watched the process of chocolate making from start to finish which was truly fascinating and of course, delicious. Our print Kakao features the famous fruit of the Theobroma cacao tree which are the pod like shapes within the design. The fruits harbor the cacao beans which are technically the seeds of the fruit. I wanted the style of the design to be…

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Overview This chocolate-lovers design was created as a collaboration with iconic American kitchen and food brand Williams Sonoma. The goal for this collaboration with Williams Sonoma was to depict the complex web of life surrounding the crop that gives us chocolate, Theobroma cacao. No species exists in isolation and the “food of the gods” is grown best in natural agroforestry systems, where diverse trees provide shade and fallen leaves create microhabitats, enabling a great multitude of species Muted Colors, Deep Colors, Autumn Leaves, Fallen Leaves, Symbolic Representation, Bird Calls, Market Design, Shop Design, Endangered Species

Overview This chocolate-lovers design was created as a collaboration with iconic American kitchen and food brand Williams Sonoma. The goal for this collaboration with Williams Sonoma was to depict the complex web of life surrounding the crop that gives us chocolate, Theobroma cacao. No species exists in isolation and the “food of the gods” is grown best in natural agroforestry systems, where diverse trees provide shade and fallen leaves create microhabitats, enabling a great multitude of…

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Overview This chocolate-lovers design was created as a collaboration with iconic American kitchen and food brand Williams Sonoma. The goal for this collaboration with Williams Sonoma was to depict the complex web of life surrounding the crop that gives us chocolate, Theobroma cacao. No species exists in isolation and the “food of the gods” is grown best in natural agroforestry systems, where diverse trees provide shade and fallen leaves create microhabitats, enabling a great multitude of species Market Design, Shop Design, Autumn Leaves, Fallen Leaves, Symbolic Representation, Endangered Species, Tiny Flowers, Paisley Design, Lights Background

Overview This chocolate-lovers design was created as a collaboration with iconic American kitchen and food brand Williams Sonoma. The goal for this collaboration with Williams Sonoma was to depict the complex web of life surrounding the crop that gives us chocolate, Theobroma cacao. No species exists in isolation and the “food of the gods” is grown best in natural agroforestry systems, where diverse trees provide shade and fallen leaves create microhabitats, enabling a great multitude of…

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Cacao trees (Theobroma cacao) are the source of many beloved products, such as chocolate, Cacao butter, chocolate liquor, and Cacao solids. The trees thrive in hot, humid climates, as well as greenhouses, and can live for several decades. Cacao trees are perennial and maintain their foliage throughout the year. The leaves are medium glossy green with an oblong shape that reaches 10 to 20 centimeters in length. The tiny, fragrant flowers appear year-round directly on the tree's trunk and... Growing Gardens, Growing Herbs, Farm Gardens, Growing Food, Food Forest Garden, Backyard Vegetable Gardens, Food Garden, Organic Fertilizer, Organic Gardening

Cacao trees (Theobroma cacao) are the source of many beloved products, such as chocolate, Cacao butter, chocolate liquor, and Cacao solids. The trees thrive in hot, humid climates, as well as greenhouses, and can live for several decades. Cacao trees are perennial and maintain their foliage throughout the year. The leaves are medium glossy green with an oblong shape that reaches 10 to 20 centimeters in length. The tiny, fragrant flowers appear year-round directly on the tree's trunk and...

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Overview This chocolate-lovers design was created as a collaboration with iconic American kitchen and food brand Williams Sonoma. The goal for this collaboration with Williams Sonoma was to depict the complex web of life surrounding the crop that gives us chocolate, Theobroma cacao. No species exists in isolation and the “food of the gods” is grown best in natural agroforestry systems, where diverse trees provide shade and fallen leaves create microhabitats, enabling a great multitude of species Market Design, Shop Design, Autumn Leaves, Fallen Leaves, Symbolic Representation, Clover Flower, Flower Spike, Theobroma Cacao, Scale Design

Overview This chocolate-lovers design was created as a collaboration with iconic American kitchen and food brand Williams Sonoma. The goal for this collaboration with Williams Sonoma was to depict the complex web of life surrounding the crop that gives us chocolate, Theobroma cacao. No species exists in isolation and the “food of the gods” is grown best in natural agroforestry systems, where diverse trees provide shade and fallen leaves create microhabitats, enabling a great multitude of…

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