Cocoa farmers are largely excluded from decision making in the chocolate industry’s efforts to boost cocoa productivity but have a right to be heard, says a new international farmer’s organization aiming to stand up for disaffected voices.
While you’re in your cubicle munching on some chocolate cake from a colleague’s birthday, scientists in London are working to save the world’s supply of chocolate. Didn’t know chocolate needed saving? Now you do.[related]
Nestlé has implemented a child labor prevention system that goes further to detect and stamp out the practice than existing methods, according to its implementing partner the International Cocoa Initiative (ICI), which says it could become the...
The 5th Fair Trade International Symposium 2015, ‘Critically Developing the Fair Trade Movement: Trade justice in food, fashion and craft’, will develop critical analysis of the international Fair Trade movement in a number of key contexts.
Brooklyn start-up Raaka is carving out space in the crowded chocolate category by skipping the traditional step of roasting the cocoa bean to create “virgin chocolate” that highlights the “true flavors” of the beans, according to a company...
FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestE-mail “U.S. westerners have the luxury to enjoy chocolate. But in Ivory Coast cocoa farmers sadly don’t have this luxury.” Ivory Coast is the world’s largest exporter of cocoa beans, the main ingredient in chocolate.
Le Chocolatier Last week while I was in Cape Town for The Food For Thought 2015 Seminar, I drove down a day early to go and find the man behind the organic fair trade chocolate that is taking SA by storm.
Oh chocolate, sweet food of the gods! There’s nothing quite like a tasty chocolate bar when you need something tasty for dessert, and a bit of chocolate makes everything better. Without chocolate, the world would be a dark, ruinous place indeed!
SHE is a long way from home, but Mary Appiah is delighted to be in Sydney, sharing her chocolate secrets. Surprisingly, the Ghanaian cocoa farmer, a member of Fairtrade co-op Kuapa Kokoo, reveals she is not a fan of sweet things, including chocolate, preferring to use the cacao she grows on her farm to make a savoury dish instead.
LONDON, Feb 16 ― The battle to increase cocoa production and stave off a global chocolate shortage has been given an added boost. A new facility has opened in Britain, charged with safeguarding the world's cocoa crop from disease.
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