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Belgium-based biotech company SIAT joins World Cocoa Foundation

World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) is pleased to welcome Belgium-based SIAT, N.V., as their newest member.  On joining WCF, company Chairman & CEO Pierre Vandebeeck...

Beyond Certification: How to achieve sustainability in the cocoa sector?

BERLIN/COLOGNE, Germany – Different parties have rarely been as unified in their objective as it was the case in the joint event of the...

Ghana Cocoa Board honors winner of International Award in Paris

ACCRA, Ghana – An official ceremony hosted by the Ghana Cocoa Board honored Simon Marfo, a Ghanaian cocoa farmer who won the prestigious Cocoa...

The Hershey Company commits to no new deforestation in its supply chain

HERSHEY, Pa., U.S. - The Hershey Company announced today it has made a commitment to no new deforestation in its global cocoa supply chain....

Dengo do Brasil joins World Cocoa Foundation as a new member

The World Cocoa Foundation is pleased to welcome São Paulo-based Dengo do Brasil as a newest member. On joining WCF, company CEO Estevan Sartoreli...

Senegal-based software company Manobi joins World Cocoa Foundation

The World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) is pleased to welcome Dakar, Senegal-based software company Manobi as our newest member. On joining WCF, company Founder and CEO...

WCF President speaks at ICCO Meeting on Cocoa Market Developments

BRUSSELS, Belgium – Richard Scobey (PICTURE), President of the World Cocoa Foundation, represented WCF at a Meeting of Multi-Stakeholder Platform on Cocoa Market Developments...

Barcelona, Spain-based Nederland S.A. joins World Cocoa Foundation

BARCELONA, Spain – The World Cocoa Foundation is pleased to welcome Barcelona, Spain-based Nederland S.A. as their newest member In joining WCF, Mario Snellenberg, the company’s commercial director said, “With our cocoa and chocolate heritage spreading over more than 80 years and now well into the third generation of ...

Cocoa industry announces cooperative initiative to end deforestation

LONDON, UK – Twelve of the world's leading cocoa and chocolate companies agreed to a statement of collective intent committing them to work together, in partnership with others, to end deforestation and forest degradation in the global cocoa supply chain, with an initial focus on Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana.

Abidjan Partnership Meeting underscores new priorities for WCF

The Partnership Meeting that took place on October 26-27 in Abidjan provided an unprecedented chance for the global cocoa sustainability community to learn about...

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