Life, Mondelez International's signature sustainable sourcing program, will collaborate with governments in West Africa to reduce deforestation in the cocoa
By the end of 2018, all Cadbury chocolate bars in the UK and Ireland will carry the Cocoa
Life symbol, showing cocoa
is sourced through the programme, which works with a number of charities and partners with Fairtrade to verify farmers get a fair deal.
I received my cute little wood like Cocoa
Crate box of chocolates for my birthday," stated Chrissy Prandini Wilken, Cocoa
is particularly rich in flavanol, a type of polyphenol that has been associated with improved satiety and mood, a lower risk of diabetes, and better skin, heart, brain, and nerve health.
The association which raised the alarm over the procurrement of substandard agricultural inputs for production of cocoa
said the procurement of these substandard input had been affecting production of cocoa
Life, Mondelez Internationals signature sustainable cocoa
sourcing program, the company will take a leading role in implementing projects to deliver the Ghana Cocoa
Forest REDD+ Program (GCFRP) which aims at tackling deforestation and forest degradation.
A spokeswoman said: "We wanted something no-one had ever tasted before, so we went back to the cocoa
A phrase now shown to actually harbor some truth, as the cocoa
bean is a rich source of flavanols: a class of natural compounds that has neuroprotective effects.
Farmers in Ghana, from where cocoa
for Cadbury chocolate has come for more than a century, are being helped to boost their yields and profits as part of the company's Cocoa
Life sustainability scheme.
powder is made from the cocoa
bean, which is fermented, dried, and ground into paste.
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It is the world's biggest producer of cocoa
beans, and yet most of Cote d'Ivoire's inhabitants have never even tasted chocolate, let alone savoured the profits from the finished product.