exports are considered “Fine Flavour” by the International Cacao Organisation. Cacao, the raw ingredient in chocolate, is also an important part of the country’s bid to cut coca production and end its internal conflict. The Colombian government has provided tax incentives and subsidies to help farmers switch from illegal crops to cacao and it’s working. High demand and high international prices have convinced farmers to stick with the magic bean. Once a closely-guarded secret, Colombia’s cacao production has increased by tens of thousands of tonnes in recent years
Colombian cacao is some of the world’s finest – 95% of Colombia’s cacao
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