The fair investment with no additional investment after startup


Payout starts at first harvest onward, 2 years after planting time, until contract period of 20 years.


  • Hybrid bulk cacao trees planted on leased private farmland. Minimum investment for farm land area of 543 sq meter.

Investing in sustainable Farm Development for Cacao Cultivation

CacaoGrow is sustainable agri-business and cacao farm development in hilly forest area for the production of high yield cacao beans in the Philippines. It provides permanent job and livelihood opportunities, promotes countryside development. An investment in sustainable cacao cultivation starts at
50,000 PHP
for an area of 543  sq meters you will be benefited from the revenues generated from the production of fine cacao and receive regular payouts from the sale of cacao beans prospectively at first harvesting, 3 years from planting time onward.

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You decide how much cacaofarm you want to build with us.

Quantity scale

0.0531 ha,= 50,000PhP, 0.1 ha = 94,110PhP, 0.2 ha = 188,221PhP, 0.3 ha = 282,331PhP, 0.4ha = 376,442 PhP, 0,5ha = 470,552PhP, 0.6ha = 564,633 PhP,  .7ha = 658,773PhP, 0.8ha = 752,883PhP, 0.9ha = 846,994PhP, 1ha = 991,104PhP : 1 ha = one hectare

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Investing in sustainable Farm development for Hybrid cacao plantation and cultivation

Minimum investment in a cacao farm development at 50,000PHP for 531 sq meter of farm area. We plant high-quality hybrid cacao. The cacao farm is sustainably tended and managed by us for the contract term of prospectively 20 years. High-quality cacao varieties are cultivated and harvested while adhering to the highest social standards.

Your cacaogrow contract under each batch of farm which comprise of 19 hectares for development consists of single contract which includes cost of initial land lease from private land lender for two years, the development of cacao farm and management and administrative expenses for two years as startup expenses of the project.

Partnership profit sharing ratio with this direct investment is 45/20/35 percent of the net revenue (45% for investors, 20% for land shared lease, 35 % for company royalty and marginal profit. The forecast revenue for one hectare of farm land with 1338 trees plantation provides return of approximately 10% to 26% (IRR*, normal investment development. (*IRR or Internal Rate of Return) is a method of dynamic investment calculation which is used to calculate the average annual return.

Payout of profit share of investors for first harvest onward, which will start two years after planting time, will be sent to the respective investors.

For detailed information please see Cacaogrow Hybridcacao brochure

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Yield development model and forecasts

Philippine cacao farming for grafted cacao seedlings  and intended method of cacaogrow agrofarm management we expect the cacao trees to bear fruits 2 years after planting, and thus to harvest approx. 3612 kilograms of hybrid cacao per  hectare. For first harvest, with the  current price range from 100 to 140 per local in the local market. If we were able to sell at low price of 100 per kilogram the expected % of IRR for investors is 7%. If we were able to sell at 140, the % IRR for investors  is 11% per harvest year 

In year five on, we expect to harvest 6021 kilograms of fine cacao per hectares. With the current price range from 100 to 140 we are able to sell at price of 140 per kilogram, the expected %IRR for the investor will range from 13% to 21%  per harvest year, which starts 2 years after planting onward, until the end of 20 years contract period. 

The calculated returns are based on forecast harvests and sales of fine cocoa until the end of 20 years contract period.

Please read spreadsheet data for details of Hybridcacao forecasted Cost and Return

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From seedlings to cacao farm

From cacao farm

Planting seedlings

Cacao fruits after harvest

Fermentation of cacao beans

Drying cacao beans

Intercrops for cacao shades


Create permanent jobs and more livelihoods opportunities

Promote countrysides development

Poverty allevation and income augmentation

Positive influence on the local and gobal climate

Education and training of the employees on a high level resulting in improved living perspectives