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The New Chocolate – On the Edge of Farming

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Most of the cacao grown in the world, is done in West Africa and Ghana. The problem is that this production is closely associated with more than 2 million children working under slave conditions. With demand for chocolate high around the world, a handful of companies are trying to commercialize lab grown chocolate. The process involves heavy feeding of cacao plant cells, which are then processed into chocolate.

A forerunner in the process is a company called California Cultured, based in Davis, California. You can read the full story here on the news portal “PrivateEquityWire.”

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