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Domori S.p.A.'s head office is in None, just outside Turin, where the production plant is located.

Since its founding in 1997, Domori has been a real revolution for the cocoa world:

It was the first ever chocolate company to use only fine cacao, focusing on high quality.

The first to produce chocolate with Criollo cacao, the rarest and most valuable ever.

The first to control the supply chain right from the plantations in South and Central America and to have its own plantation, allowing it to recover the biodiversity of Criollo cacao in the field.

The first to rediscover and use an ancient and simple formula for chocolate using just cocoa paste and sugar.

The first to create a 100% pure Criollo bar.

The first to create a Chocolate Tasting Code for discovering the infinite nuances of aromatic cocoa.

Domori is now part of the Polo del Gusto, an Illy Group holding that gathers together all its non-coffee-related businesses. Apart from being a leading company in the production of the finest quality chocolate, Domori has become the Italian distributor of a collection of top-level products: ranging from Dammann Frères teas, to Agrimontana jams, and including fine Mastrojanni wines and Taittinger Champagne.

In 2019, the company announced it had signed an agreement to acquire Prestat, one of the best-loved chocolate brands in the UK and supplier to the British Royal Family. The acquisition has provided Prestat with access to the exclusive raw materials used by Domori and to be able to integrate control of the entire value chain in its production, “from plant to truffle”.

Owing to its innovative approach, focusing on ongoing research into excellence, Domori’s annual turnover now exceeds €20 m and its products are on sale in Italy and on the main foreign markets.

As of 23 July 2020, Domori changed its company name to Domori S.p.A. and decided to become a Benefit Company.

As a Benefit Company, the firm intends to work towards goals for the common good and to operate responsibly, sustainably and transparently in relation to people, communities, territories and the environment, cultural and social property and activities, organizations and associations and other stakeholders. 

Download the Domori CODE OF ETHICS here.

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