Cameroon Clamps Down on Roadside Cocoa Driers
The world's fifth largest cocoa producer has initiated a zero-tolerance clampdown against the practice of drying cocoa beans on roadsides after European inspectors turned away a shipment that failed to meet quality standards.
Cocoa beans on display.
Cameroon Tribune, 6 February 2013
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Cameroon Tribune, 7 February 2013
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