Two African Powerhouses in Cocoa Change the Game

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Could the cost of chocolate soon be on the rise? A reported 'cocoa cartel' could drive prices up

A new report from The Wall Street Journal says two countries, that control more than 60% of the world's cocoa supply, could soon drive up costs for chocolate lovers everywhere. Dubbed the 'cocoa cartel,' Ivory Coast and Ghana have come together to charge an additional $400 per metric ton of cocoa, according to the report.

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