Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Jun 10, 2019
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The objective of the project is to improve the socioeconomic conditions of the small cocoa producers of Manabí. The expected result is to improve the production and traceability technologies of aroma cocoa and the production of high quality chocolate in Ecuador. To achieve these objectives, the project will incorporate small cocoa producers into the value chain of Pacari Chocolate, and at the same time increase Pacari Chocolate's high quality raw material purchasing capacity, by improving the company's operational capabilities, improvement of the traceability systems and the increase of the productive capacities of 3 cocoa producing communities in the province of Manabí.
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