The Buzz: World Cocoa Conference 2014 on social media

World Cocoa Conference 2014 on social media

Relive highlights from the World Cocoa Conference 2014 in Amsterdam and discover what chocolate companies, NGOs, cocoa farmers, traders and analysts are saying about cocoa sustainability.

The second World Cocoa Conference took place at the RAI Convention Center in Amsterdam, Netherlands, from 9-13 June. The event attracted over 1,400 cocoa stakeholders from 55 countries including major chocolate players such as Mars and Mondelēz, government ministries, farmers, NGOs and processors such as ADM, Cargill and Barry Callebaut.

ConfectioneryNews' Oliver Nieburg was at the scene interviewing delegates. Below is a snapshot of the issues we'll be raising on the website in the coming weeks.

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