Poor African Crops Send European Cocoa Grind to 5-Year HighBy
Bean grinding rose 4.9% in Europe in second quarter, ECA says
Poor West African crops mean local factories couldn’t process
European cocoa processing climbed to a five-year high in the second quarter as poor-quality beans in West Africa, the world’s largest producing region, spurred grinders to tap stockpiles elsewhere.
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