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By Morgane Lapeyre, Bloomberg | January 15, 2015
By Marvin G. Perez and Luzi Ann Javier, Bloomberg | October 23, 2014
Jacques Torres is betting Americans simply can’t kick their chocolate habit even after the price of cocoa surged to the highest in three years.
By Isis Almeida and Marley DelDuchetto Kayden, Bloomberg | August 15, 2013
Cocoa is heading for its best quarter since 2009 as dry weather and crop delays in West Africa, the main growing region, send prices toward a two-year high and raise costs for chocolate makers.
By Frank Holmes | June 19, 2013
So why is an oil and materials manager getting his boots dirty in Sierra Leone? The cocoa plantation is only one example of a company producing a commodity that we believe will be sought by the world’s growing middle class population.
By Isis Almeida, Bloomberg | November 13, 2012
Cocoa grinders are increasing output by the most in two years to meet record demand for chocolate, at a time when declining West African supply means the first shortages of beans in three seasons.