Cocoa being a cash crop and critical export for different producing countries act as a key import for consuming countries, where there is no suitable climate for cocoa production. Being a major part of a global supply chain, cocoa beans undergo a complex production process including buyers, shipping organizations, farmers, processors, manufacturers and distributors. Cultivation of cocoa is indeed a delicate process because the Cocoa trees are susceptible to changing weather, diseases, and insects that may harm the growth of the plant.
Unlike large industrialized agribusinesses, a major amount of cocoa is taken from small, family-run farms, which have a major dependence on traditional farming practices and have limited organizational leverage. Ever-increasing demand from consumers all over the world encourages a large number of global efforts and funds to support and improve cocoa farm sustainability. In spite of all the ups and downs in Cocoa production and processing, we at Tristar, make sure to source best quality cocoa beans from Tanzania and Guinea to be provided to our customers.
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