Cargill Cocoa & Chocolate extended its $800,000 three-year partnership with CARE, a humanitarian group, to support small cocoa farmers in Ghana. The project works to increase farm family incomes, educate children and train teachers. "Ghana has built its reputation throughout the world for its outstanding-quality cocoa. Over the past five years we have been able to produce a diverse range of locally processed, high-quality cocoa products to meet the growing demand from our customers," said Jos de Loor, president of Cargill's cocoa and chocolate business.
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