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Monday, 04 January 2016

Can you imagine a world without chocolate? No? But will it always be available and what are the challenges the makers face today? And did you know...

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Join us at CMT’s 2nd Cocoa Revolution in Ho Chi Minh, 9-11 March 2016 for the honored address by Laurent Pipitone, Director of the Economics and...

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

UTZ Certified is a label and a program for sustainable farming worldwide. Our mission is to create a world where sustainable farming is the norm....

Monday, 09 March 2015

DRAFT OUTCOME/COMMUNIQUE OF ICCFO METTING – THE HAGUE
NETHERLANDS
The International Cocoa Farmers Organization (ICCFO) held its first...

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

• Establishes Olam Cocoa as one of the world’s top three cocoa processors focused on the supply of cocoa liquor, powder, and butter, with...

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

The Ph.D. researcher, William Quarmine, has analysed the institutional factors that affect the quality of cocoa beans that Ghana exports. His...

Thursday, 03 April 2014

The presentations from the 2016 Chocoa conference will be published here as soon as they are available.

The presentation's from the 2014...

Friday, 07 March 2014

You can find the New 2015 Cocoa Barometer here: http://www.cocoabarometer.org/Home.html...

Chocoa presentations online

The presentations from the 2016 Chocoa conference will be published here as soon as they are available.

The presentation's from the 2014 and 2015 Chocoa conferences can be found below:

Session: Sources of inspiration

Fine flavour — by Anna Laven, Royal Tropical Institute (KIT)

Coffee — by Brigitte Campfens, Utz Certified

Palm Oil — by Jan Maarten Dros, Solidaridad

 

Session: Progress towards sustainability

People – Attracting People to the Profession of Farmer — by Stephanie Barrientos, University of Manchester

Planet – Climate Impact and biodiversity — by Anniek Mauser, Unliver

Profit – Rewarding Efforts and Reliable Income — by Pierre Etoa, ONCC Cameroon

 

Session: Parallel sessions

People – Attracting People to the Profession of Farmer — by Sue d’Arcy, Mars

People – Attracting People to the Profession of Farmer — by Michiel Hendriksz, ADM

People – Attracting People to the Profession of Farmer — by Silke Elwers, Forest Finance

Profit – Rewarding Efforts and Reliable Income — by Antonie Fountain, Voice Network

Profit – Rewarding Efforts and Reliable Income — by Frank Homann, Xoco Fine Chocolate Company

Profit – Rewarding Efforts and Reliable Income — by Jos Harmsen, Max Havelaar/Fair Trade

Planet – Climate Impact and biodiversity — by Katie Minderhoud, Solidaridad

Planet – Climate Impact and biodiversity — by Götz Schroth, Rainforest Alliance

Planet – Climate Impact and biodiversity — by Philipp Kauffmann, Original Beans

Planet – Climate Impact and biodiversity — by John van Duursen, Progreso Foundation

 

Session: The ambitions for sustainable and quality cocoa

A view from consumer industry — by Aldo Cristiano, Ferrero

Market information Germany — by Torben Erbarth, Association of the German Confectionary Industry BDSI

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