Rising temperatures could hinder cocoa production

10/7/2011 | CandyAndSnackToday.com

A study from the International Center for Tropical Agriculture predicts rising annual temperatures will harm the cocoa-growing capabilities of Ghana and the Ivory Coast. An anticipated two-degree increase by 2050 will intensify the dry season and hasten evaporation.

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