Nestle's new $16M chocolate line to use Arriba cocoa beans

07/3/2014 | ConfectioneryNews.com (France)

Nestle's new $16 million chocolate molding and packaging line in its Guayaquil, Ecuador, facility will produce premium boxed chocolates using Arriba cocoa beans, an Ecuadorian variety known for its floral or fruity flavor. The company is the largest buyer and exporter of Ecuadorian cocoa, according to Nestle CEO Paul Bulcke.

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