Mars to share map of cacao DNA earlier than expected

Research, funded by Mars, reveals a nearly complete map of the DNA for the cacao tree. The discovery, which will be available to the public, is expected to lead to improvements in cocoa sustainability, flavor and healthfulness. Researchers at Penn State, with the support of Hershey, are working on mapping a sequence on another variety of cacao, according to The New York Times.

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