ALMA (al 'ma) 1. n. Soul (Spanish); 2. v. To nourish (Latin)
The name Alma originates from Sarah’s grandmother, Alma Hart. She taught Sarah to nourish others through good food. Alma also means spirit, or soul, in Spanish. Combine that with the latin root for chocolate, Theobroma, or food of the gods, and you’ve got one divinely edible concept.