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Deforestation-free cocoa: Will producers in the Ivory Coast pay the price for sustainability?

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Deforestation-free cocoa: Will producers in the Ivory Coast pay the price for sustainability?

Deforestation-free cocoa: Will producers in the Ivory Coast pay the price for sustainability?

Euronews travels to Adzopé in the Ivory Coast to learn how a cooperative boasting more than 3,000 members has become a pioneer in fair trade and traceable cocoa.


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Adzopé Place in Lagunes, Ivory Coast