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Note: W.J. Blasera at al., Shade trees have limited benefits for soil fertility in cocoa agroforests

A careful study in Ghana concludes that “Not only does our data suggest limited benefits of agroforests for soil fertility,…
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A few notes re: Papalexandratou, Zoi et al., Spontaneous organic cocoa bean box fermentations in Brazil

This article about cacao fermentation in Brazil presents some very interesting and useful data concerning microbial succession, as well as…
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And may their first child be a masculine child

The Wampusirpi beans have a very consistent flavor profile: low astringency, low acidity, low bitterness, very little to none fruity…
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The cacao world is full of intermediaries. Many serve a useful market function. But some are cronies who exploit those…
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