Arosemena Tola is in the axis of the Pepa de Oro that form Tena and Archidona in the province of Napo. In the area there are ten thousand five hundred hectares of cocoa, almost entirely cultivated in the traditional system of sustainable production called Kichwa chakra, notes the portal ame.gob.ec.
At the height of km 59 of the Arosemena Tola-Tena road, the Association of Fine Cocoa Producers of Aroma processes and elaborates cocoa in chocolate, wayusa and coffee.
Tsatsayaku is the name of the plant. In kichwa, tsatsa means sand and yaku, water or river. The main objective of tsatsayaku is to promote the cultivation of cocoa, coffee, wayusa and agro-tourism, said Kimberly Alvarado, who is serving on the site. Prices vary from 3 to 6 dollars, depending on the size of the product. (I)