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The level of cocoa in Europe's warehouses is down by 1.5%, according to the ICCO. Pic: ConfectioneryNews

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ICCO latest assessment of European cocoa bean stocks show 1.5% reduction

By Anthony Myers

In its latest update, the ICCO’s (International Cocoa Organization) assessment of European cocoa bean stocks for the 2019/20 season held in the continent’s warehouses reveals a reduction of 1.5% (down by 11,734 tonnes), compared with the previous season.

Cocoa shortfall not worse than expected, says ICCO. Photo Credit: cstrom

ICCO clarifies 2012/13 cocoa deficit after leak

The International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) has reiterated its cocoa deficit forecast for the 2012/13 season after a public leak led the market to erroneously believe the shortfall was greater than expected.

Cocoa shortfall worse than previously feared

Cocoa deficit trebled by ICCO for 2012/13

By Oliver Nieburg

The global cocoa deficit for the 2012/13 crop year was worse than previously expected, according to revised figures from the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO), which has tripled its estimate.

Cocoa deficit unlikely, says Euromonitor. Photo Credit: World Cocoa Foundation

No cocoa crisis in 2017, says Euromonitor

By Oliver Nieburg

Euromonitor International is predicting that demand for cocoa products will not outstrip supply by 2017, contrary to the International Cocoa Organization’s (ICCO) forecasted cocoa deficit.

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