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Towards a Sustainable Cocoa Chain: Power and possibilities within the cocoa and chocolate sector

Towards a Sustainable Cocoa Chain: Power and possibilities within the cocoa and chocolate sector

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This report contributes in various ways to the debate on a sustainable cocoa economy. A sustainable cocoa economy is where each person investing time or money into the supply chain would be able to earn a decent income for themselves and their family, work in good conditions, and in a manner which did not harm the environment. It provides an overview of the various stakeholders in the cocoa and the wider chocolate supply chain. It identifies the concentration and purchasing power of companies as well as the trends in the supply chain. Finally, it makes a series of recommendations to the various stakeholders in the supply chain.
This report contributes in various ways to the debate on a sustainable cocoa economy. A sustainable cocoa economy is where each person investing time or money into the supply chain would be able to earn a decent income for themselves and their family, work in good conditions, and in a manner which did not harm the environment. It provides an overview of the various stakeholders in the cocoa and the wider chocolate supply chain. It identifies the concentration and purchasing power of companies as well as the trends in the supply chain. Finally, it makes a series of recommendations to the various stakeholders in the supply chain.

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Towards a Sustainable CocoaChain
Power and possibilities within the cocoa andchocolate sector
This report contributes in various ways to the debate on a sustainablecocoa economy. A sustainable cocoa economy is where each personinvesting time or money into the supply chain would be able to earn adecent income for themselves and their family, work in good conditions,and in a manner which did not harm the environment. It provides anoverview of the various stakeholders in the cocoa and the wider chocolatesupply chain. It identifies the concentration and purchasing power of companies as well as the trends in the supply chain. Finally, it makes aseries of recommendations to the various stakeholders in the supplychain.
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Towards a Sustainable Cocoa Chain
 Oxfam International Research Report, January 2009
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Jan Cappelle - IPIS
Commissioned by Oxfam-Wereldwinkels
Disclaimer 
This paper was written by Jan Cappelle (IPIS), as commissioned by Oxfam-Wereldwinkels. The views expressed in the text and its recommendations arethose of Oxfam-Wereldwinkels. The author takes responsibility for any errorsherein.
 
 
Towards a Sustainable Cocoa Chain
 Oxfam International Research Report, January 2009
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1. Introduction __ 32. Cocoa production __ 43. The cocoa chain __ 63.1. The supply chain in Ghana __63.2. The supply chain in Ivory Coast __ 73.3. Cocoa bean grinding capacity in Ivory Coast and Ghana __ 84. The price of cocoa __ 115. The cocoa and chocolate supply chain __ 136. The sphere of influence of companies in the cocoa supply chain __ 177. Recommendations __ 217.1. To the European Commission __ 217.1.1. Improve existing instruments __ 217.1.2. Strengthen existing multi-stakeholder forums __ 227.1.3. Increasing transparency __ 227.2. To the companies in the cocoa sector __ 227.2.1. Respect legislation and rules __ 227.2.2. Take additional measures __ 237.3. To the national governments of Ghana and Ivory Coast __ 237.4. To the chocolate consumers __ 24Annex 1 Cocoa production per country __ 25Notes __ 27Acknowledgements __ 31
 

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