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Key recommendations
Develop and share costs benefits of different farm models that integrate and take account of technical support, economics, environment, climate change, available planting materials and land availability, which incorporate both intensification (better use of existing...

Aims Mapping Cocoa Productivity Project
• To carry out a thorough characterisation of approximately 300 contrasting cocoa farms in Ghana, Indonesia and Cote d’Ivoire (age, size, variety of
cocoa used, shade species present) as well as the socio-economic background of the farmers....

The World of cocoa is changing
• West Africa still remains the most important productive area. Production increases but some signs of burn out seem to appear (global warming, land availability, ...).
• Production in Latin America countries is increasing from the last years but have...

Chocoa 2016 Conference on sustainable cocoa: Preparing for the next generation
Presentation by Philippe Bastide

Chocoa 2016 Conference on sustainable cocoa: Preparing for the next generation
Presentation by Jane Mason

Chocoa 2016 Conference on sustainable cocoa: Preparing for the next generation
Presentation by Ed Seguine and Brigitte Laliberté – Cocoa of Excellence

Collaboration to return soil fertility to key cocoa growing regions in West-Africa

Presentation held at the Origin Chocolate Event (23 of October, 2013, Royal Tropical Institute of Amsterdam) by Anna Laven and Susanne van der Kooij. The presentation shows the learning process about fine or flavour chocolate, its chain and its sustainable characteristics.

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