Trinidad & Tobago is home to some of the finest quality cocoa grown in the world and has a history of several centuries of supplying the world with the raw materials for making premium chocolate. The country is also home to the largest germplasm and genebank for cocoa varieties in the world and has been mandated by the United Nations to serve as the repository for cocoa planting material for the world.

The Fine Cocoa Museum, to be located at the IFCIC in 2017-2018, and will exhibit artefacts and historical items relate to the life and times of the cocoa sector in the twin island Republic. The Museum will promote our cocoa culture in both the physical and digital (virtual) format.