Cargill Sees Cocoa Crunch Lasting Until Surplus Crop in 2017

  • Supplies will remain tight until the end of the year: Poelma
  • Market will face surplus of more than 200,000 tons next season

A cocoa crunch that curbed processing in the world’s largest producing nations will last until a surplus forecast for next season starts reaching the market, according to Cargill Inc.

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