Indulging in Empowerment: Black Girl Vitamins Partners With Askanya Chocolates

In a world where health, empowerment, and ethical practices intersect, the collaboration between Black Girl Vitamins and Askanya Chocolates emerges as a delightful union of wellness and sustainable sourcing between two Black-owned companies.

In February duringBlack History Month, Black Girl Vitamins, joined hands with Askanya Chocolates, Haiti's esteemed bean-to-bar chocolate company, embodying a shared vision of community support, quality, and empowerment. For every purchase worth $70 or more BGV sends customers a free Askanya Chocolate bar worth almost $10.


At its core, this partnership is a testament to the values both brands hold dear. Black Girl Vitamins, renowned for its commitment to providing essential nutrients for black women’s well-being, aligns seamlessly with Askanya Chocolates' ethos of ethical sourcing and fair trade practices. Askanya's dedication to crafting authentic chocolates using high-quality cacao beans resonates with the quality standards upheld by Black Girl Vitamins.

Corinne Joachim-Sanon-Symietz, the founder of Askanya Chocolates, embodies a dedicated commitment to community support, quality, and empowerment From a young age, Corinne's mission to give back to her home country, Haiti, has been unwavering. Her educational journey, spanning from a Bachelor of Sciences in Industrial and Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan to an MBA from the Wharton School of Business, showcases her tenacity and drive for excellence in various industries including engineering, technology, pharmaceuticals, and beauty. Armed with her MBA, Corinne took on the challenge of realizing her vision for Askanya Chocolates, engaging in every aspect of the business from capital raising to hands-on involvement in the chocolate-making process.

Corinne's hands-on approach in crafting authentic chocolates using high-quality cacao beans mirrors the dedication to excellence upheld by Black Girl Vitamins. At the core of Askanya Chocolates' operations lies a profound commitment to ethical sourcing and fair trade practices, exemplified through direct collaboration with Haitian farmers. By paying these farmers above market rates, Corinne uplifts rural communities in Haiti, fostering sustainable livelihoods and economic growth.

This partnership symbolizes a conscious choice towards promoting health and wellness, empowering communities, and advocating for ethical practices. When you opt for Black Girl Vitamins and Askanya Chocolates, you become a part of a movement that values wellness, sustainability, and social responsibility for the global Black community

In essence, the partnership between Black Girl Vitamins and Askanya Chocolates transcends the realms of health and indulgence; it embodies a journey towards empowerment, sustainability, and shared prosperity. Choose to indulge in empowerment; choose Black Girl Vitamins and Askanya Chocolates.


Ganiyat Adeniji for Black Girl Vitamins

Edited by Jennifer Juma