Chocolate was originally cultivated by the indigenous people of Central America before being exported to Europe in the 16th century. Today, the Chickasaw Nation is the only Native American tribe to manufacture chocolates.
While chocolate has been transported, transformed, and beloved by people worldwide, there are none more experienced at the process of making fine chocolate than the Native American cultures which first discovered and perfected its delicate recipe. Today, Bedré Fine Chocolate continues this legacy with expertly crafted Native American chocolate and natural, unique ingredients that pay tribute to our past.
All Bedré products are manufactured in a facility that produces items that contain wheat, soy, eggs, dairy, peanuts and tree nut.
In the Summer months we will be unable to ship chocolate products, due to high temperatures. During colder seasons we will change these items so they will be shippable.