Palato is a Honduran company started by Monica Pedemonte (Chef Moni) in 2007, upon completing her undergraduate studies in the United States and her studies at The School of Superior Cuisine "Mausi Sebess" in Argentina.
In the beginning, Palato primarily provided catering services for private individual and corporate clients for special events, offering high quality prepared foods, baked goods and pastries. An activity Palato continues with great success.
Inspired to work with Honduran cacao beans, indigenous to the country and considered among the best in the world, coupled with her passion for high quality cuisine, Chef Moni joins the Bean to Bar movement, known worldwide.
"More than an elaboration process, it is an art form. I am proud to have the opportunity to work with Honduran cacao, which is cultivated by Honduran hands in different regions of the country, resulting in a product that is 100% Honduran and can satisfy the palates of fine chocolate lovers everywhere."
To be a reference in Honduras, as well as in our continent and internationally for the growing quality and diversification of our productions, as an expression of social responsibility and to enhance the Country Brand.
Identify consumer preferences and offer new varieties and presentations, according to the target markets, personalize the relationship with our customers, under the principle of "Job to be done. of Job to be done.
To continue to contribute to the growth and technification of cocoa cultivation in Honduras and to and continue to support the thousands of producers who dedicate themselves to this millenary producers who are dedicated to this millenary crop, the quality of the final product and thus contribute to the development of the national economy. development of the national economy.
"More than an elaboration process, it is a true art. I am
I am very proud to have the opportunity to work with the Honduran cocoa from small farms in
Honduran cacao from small farms in different areas of the country
different areas of the country and obtain a final product that is 100% Honduran, worthy of
Honduran cocoa, worthy of satisfying the palate of chocolate lovers of the highest
chocolate lovers of the highest quality worldwide."