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Cocoa production and trade.

United States. Bureau of manufactures (Dept. of commerce and labor)

Cocoa production and trade.

by United States. Bureau of manufactures (Dept. of commerce and labor)

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cocoa.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: Department of commerce and labor. Bureau of manufactures. A. H. Baldwin, chief.

    SeriesSpecial consular reports,, no. 50
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC1 .S2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination51 p.
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6551420M
    LC Control Number12035129
    OCLC/WorldCa28591384

    cocoa producers and production. Specifically, this project seeks to: Identify how the total costs of cocoa production, inclusive of difficult to measure externalities, can be determined through impact quantification and monetization. The findings are presented in a true cost case study whose conclusions can inform Mondelēz’. This statistic shows the production of cocoa beans in /19 and /20, by country. In crop year /, about million metric tons of cocoa beans were produced in Côte d'Ivoire.

    According to the World Cocoa Foundation, between five and six million cocoa farmers exist worldwide. [25] Small, family-run farms account for 80 to 90 percent of all cocoa production. [26] Due to the small average size of producers, cooperatives and other producer organizations can play an important role in enabling market access. Organic Cocoa Industry Since the late s, demand for certified organic food has emerged as a vibrant market within the global food trade. The organic food and drinks market was estimated to have reached in a value of US $18 billion in the United States and a value of US $ billion in Germany and US $ billion in the United Kingdom.

      This book, written by global experts, provides a comprehensive and topical analysis on the economics of chocolate. While the main approach is economic analysis, there are important contributions from other disciplines, including psychology, history, government, nutrition, and geography. ICCO constantly follows and analyses the world cocoa month, recent developments in the market are reviewed together with longer-term trends and forecasts. Any findings resulting from studies and analyses are subsequently translated into recommendations and action. These include initiatives to work in co-operation with governments in cocoa producing countries to improve the.


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The opening chapter of the third edition examines the history and origins of the international cocoa trade, and its recent developments. The agronomics of cocoa production are discussed in chapter two whilst chapter three deals with the environmental and practical factors affecting cocoa production.

The first comprehensive guide of its kind, The International Cocoa Trade provides an in-depth overview of one the most heavily traded and lucrative commodities on the market, with complete details on: the history and origins of cocoa; agronomics and production; consumption and stocks; physical and terminal markets; trade and contract rules; quality assessment of beans; cocoa bean Cited by:   The book's second chapter, "World Cocoa Map", takes us through the history of the human use of cocoa, beginning in Aztec and Mayan civilizations and travelling to Europe in the 16th century.

Then, as now, cocoa production was associated with low socioeconomic status while consumption was associated with high socioeconomic status.5/5(12).

Cocoa, first introduced to Europeans after the Spanish conquest of the Maya and the Aztecs in the early 16th century, became so popular among wealthy Europeans and, eventually, North Americans, that along with commodities such as coffee, sugar, tobacco, and tea, it was among the major drivers of the transatlantic slave trade.

The International Cocoa Trade is a work designed to inform all on the subject of cocoa and an essential guide for those involved in its trade.’ Dr J. Vingerhoets, Executive Director, ICCO Cocoa is a valuable commodity, and the cocoa trade involves many different parties from growers and exporters through dealers and factories to those trading.

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patterns in the cocoa industry and their potential impacts on stakeholders along the value chain, in particular small cocoa farmers who constitute the backbone of cocoa production worldwide.

It also discusses these farmers’ integration into world cocoa markets, highlighting some critical issues they face. Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) is grown in tropical environments, with the majority produced in Africa (Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon), Central and South America (especially Ecuador and Brazil), and is an important part of the economy in these countries.

However, a very poor economic return for farmers combined with extensive destruction of tropical forests for cocoa. Acknowledgements J. Scheu, former Chief Executive Officer of the Cocoa Merchants’ Association of America, Inc., coordinated the preparation of this guide and wrote a large part of the text.

Robin Dand, specialist in cocoa logistics and author of several publications, including ITC’s Cocoa: A Shipper’s Manual (), was a collaborating author and contributed essential material. This book covers the history of cocoa and chocolate from its origins in Central America to the recent consumption boom in emerging markets, as well as the growing importance of sustainable sourcing or cocoa and the demand for high-quality specialty chocolate.

It reviews the role played by the Industrial Revolution and product innovations in the growth of chocolate production and consumption. The guide describes trade and industry practices, as well as regulations applying to cocoa. It traces customs procedures, systems and techniques used at each stage of the cocoa supply chain.

It reviews trends in cocoa manufacturing and processing, cocoa organic farming, fair trade, sustainable production and environmental issues. Fairtrade cocoa farmers are paid a Fairtrade Minimum Price for their goods, which acts as a safeguard when market prices drop.

Organic production is incentivized with a higher Minimum Price. On top of the Minimum Price, farmer organizations also receive a Fairtrade Premium which they invest in projects of their choice.

Many farmers have used the Premium to improve their businesses and. ‘An overview of the history of cocoa, the factors affecting its production and consumption as well as how the trade is conducted, various risks mitigated, and by whom.

The International - Selection from The International Cocoa Trade, 3rd Edition [Book]. Chocolates and Other Cocoa Products 8. Production and Trade 9. Perspectives in Cocoa Production Glossary Bibliography Biographical Sketches Summary. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS SOILS, PLANT GROWTH AND CROP PRODUCTION - - Growth and Production of Cacao - Hermann A.

Jürgen Pohlan. Robin Dand, in The International Cocoa Trade (Third Edition), Grinding. The next stage of production involves the controlled milling of the nibs into cocoa liquor, the first of the primary cocoa usually over half the nib-weight is fat, the effect of the milling action, together with the heat generated by the grinding, causes the solid nib to become liquid, which will.

While cocoa has been grown in West and Central Africa since the early s, using participatory approaches to train cocoa farmers is relatively new in this region.

Cocoa extension programs have used traditional top down approaches such as the training and visit approach based on. For example, the yearly Harmattan trade winds of West Africa can cause a dusty haze that hangs in the air for days, preventing cocoa pods from developing properly.

According to cocoa producers in. Cocoa production is important to the economy of Nigeria. Cocoa is the leading agricultural export of the country and Nigeria is currently the world's fourth largest producer of Cocoa, after Ivory Coast, Indonesia and Ghana, and the third largest exporter, after Ivory Coast and Ghana.

The crop was a major foreign exchange earner for Nigeria in the s and s and in the country was the. The greatly expanded World Cocoa Directory /16 includes the contact details of over 4, companies and organizations within the global cocoa and chocolate sector, completely updated and indexed, and now available as well in an online edition.

The International Cocoa Trade is a work designed to inform all on the subject of cocoa and an essential guide for those involved in its trade.\' Dr J. Vingerhoets, Executive Director, ICCO Cocoa is a valuable commodity, and the cocoa trade involves many different parties from growers and exporters through dealers and factories to those trading.Shares of Cocoa Companies.

There are no pure-play global public companies engaged in the production and sale of cocoa. Some chocolate manufacturers such as Hershey Co. (NYSE: HSY) invest in cocoa futures to offset their risk from higher cocoa prices.Fair trade cocoa is an agricultural product harvested from a cocoa tree using a certified process which is followed by cocoa farmers, buyers, and chocolate manufacturers, and is designed to create sustainable incomes for farmers and their families.

Companies that use fair trade certified cocoa to create products can advertise that they are contributing to social, economic, and environmental.