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Cocoa Life and Cote d'Ivoire's Ministry of Environment will create a forest protection map, land use plan and tracking system to identify deforestation risks and opportunities to restore forest cover in the Nawa region, which borders the precious Tai National Park.
Under Cocoa Life, farmers receive a premium for their cocoa on top of the price set by the government, boosting incomes.
Our unique chocolate experience starts at the plantation," stated Maxwell Paul, Cocoa Crate Founder.
The association in a communique issued at the end of the meeting of the national executive council of the association, called on President Buhari to reorganise the procurement process of cocoa value chain in order to give room for the contribution of the association.
This is primarily due to unsustainable expansion of cocoa and other agricultural crops.
Although randomized controlled trials investigating the acute effect of cocoa flavanols are sparse, most of them point towards a beneficial effect on cognitive performance.
Ghana's cocoa sector faces major challenges, with people trapped in unprofitable subsistence farming and its future threatened by climate change.
Add a smoky, earthy flavor to savory dishes with cocoa powder, such as Mexican mole sauce, black bean soups, or chili.
Due to technological advancements and change in lifestyles and cultures, cocoa beans are used for wide range of applications.
The effort made by the state to strengthen cocoa processing should result in additional .