By Ilaria Firmian – Knowledge Management Officer for IFAD Adapting to climate change through organic cocoa production in São Tomé The importance of facilitating local and regional market access for sustainable production systems through public-private partnerships; Restoration and development of protected areas goes hand in hand with sustainable pr
From falling #cocoa prices and abandonment of land in 1998,to an increased #organic production in Sao Tome today#IFAD
MUNICH — Andreas Jacobs and Paul Polman want to change working conditions and pay around the the world. But they're not human rights activists or union officials. They are instead captains of the chocolate industry, which is struggling to keep up with global demand because cocoa planters are
Dang Foods use Fair Trade certified chocolate for their chocolate-coated coconut chips and are working to help ensure farmers are paid a fair price, allowing the improvement of farmers' lives, as well as their community and environment.
Designing chocolate that will not melt in high heat has become an academic affair at the University of Cambridge, which will not say who is funding the study. But figuring that out is not rocket science.
Wouldn’t it be great if someone could invent a #chocolate bar that didn’t melt in the sun? The challenge to improve the human condition has been taken up by the University of #Cambridge. Read on for the full story!