German Chocolate Maker to buy Nicaraguan Cocoa

The Ritter Sport Company will purchase 100% of the organic cocoa production from the South Atlantic Zone.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

The bases of the agreement that Dr. Gerardo Escudero, representative of the Inter-American Institute for Agricultural Cooperation, IICA, is working on also include the purchase of 100% of the production, support for quality improvement processes and the costs of certification.

Elnuevodiario reported statements by the IICA representative: "According to our discussions, we are talking about between 27 and 30 tons that will be bought by this company as certified cocoa at a very good price. The cooperatives succeeded in negotiating a very favorable purchase price. Having a buyer for the production is important, and having a difference of $700 in price compared to conventional cocoa is an achievement."



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Central American producers are invited to attend the Regional Cocoa Forum on August 17 and 18 in the Expocentre in San Pedro Sula.

The Cocoa Producers Association of Honduras (APROCACAHO) invites producers in Central America to exchange experiences regarding climate change, markets and obtaining good cocoa prices, reported Latribuna.hn.

Cocoa Cultivation Given New Impetus in Costa Rica

October 2015

Several government institutions have allocated resources to the recovery of the sector, which has a cultivated area of ​​4,750 hectares, and in 2014 exported $10 million.

The programs aim to increase the volume of the harvest of a product that is internationally distinguished for its high quality, competing with other producing countries based on quality and organic origin, taking advantage of the situation of growth in demand for chocolate, mostly in Europe.

Nicaragua: Cacao Growers Seek Certification

August 2009

Growers from the municipality of El Castillo, Río San Juan, are in the process of certifying their plantations.

For the last 6 years, they have only applied natural fertilizers, insecticides and fungicides.

Juan Flores, from the Project for Sustainable Management informed Nicaraguan newspaper La Prensa: "...

Hondurans to Export Cocoa to Switzerland

May 2009

Through a marketing agreement among producers in Honduras, cocoa will be exported jointly to the Swiss Company, Chocolats Halba.

The Association of Honduran Cocoa Producers (APROCACAHO) will centralize organic cocoa exports from the agricultural cooperative Omoa San Fernando Limited and the Association of Choloma River Producers (APACH) with the signing of the marketing agreement.

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