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How disease and destruction are choking Ghana’s cocoa supply

By Reuters
02 April 2024   |   3:11 am
A perfect storm of factors including a virus, illegal mining and climate change has hit Ghana's cocoa harvest - threatening its position as the number two producer in the world and taking away the livelihoods of small-scale producers.

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