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I should cocoa!

dated No way; there's no chance; you must be joking; I think not. From rhyming slang of the sarcastic phrase "I should say so," meaning the same. Primarily heard in UK. Bob: "So, are you going to finally join us for some karaoke?" Janet: "I should cocoa!"
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Cargill plans to train 4,500 cocoa farmers in newly created Farmer Field Schools in the Bone and Soppeng regencies, and aims to enable 2,000 of them to gain independent sustainable certification.
Cargill Cocoa & Chocolate offers the food industry a wide range of both standard and customized cocoa and chocolate ingredients to be used in delicious bakery, confectionery, and dairy applications all over the world.
Cocoa Family believes that by eliminating all unnecessary middlemen in its farm to client flow, they can offer more benefits to manufacturers within the food, confectionery, beverage, and nutraceutical industries.
The World Cocoa Foundation (WCF), a group of more than 70 cocoa processors, chocolate manufacturers and farmer coalitions, said the way to combat this is to adopt an environmental, economic and responsible approach to sustainable cocoa production that will allow for a steady, long-term supply.
To make the Cake batter, sift cake flour, cocoa powder, baking soda and salt together three times (this is to make the cake extra light).
Cocoa Partners, LP, the owners and developers of Cocoa Exchange, enlisted the expertise of Colum McCartan and his design team at McCartan Design, a noted interior design firm acknowledged for their award winning hospitality designs, to transform the interior and common spaces within the landmark building.
And there are other parallels with coffee: As demand rose for chocolate, farmers began replacing native shade-grown cocoa with a high-yield, low-quality hybrid that can be grown in open fields with the help of industrial chemicals.
Until now, the earliest leftovers of cocoa consumption were in residues from a Maya tomb in Guatemala from A.
Recently, a friend told me that cocoa contains no caffeine.
The downtown Cocoa Museum says it is closed for repairs, but locals say it lacks funds.
This finding was published in a paper entitled The Cocoa Industry and Ghana's Economy Towards the next Millennium which was released recently in Accra.
Scientists in a Penn State University research program developed a process to clone genetically identical cocoa trees from cocoa flowers, which could enhance cocoa plant quality on a large scale.
Even if stearic acid were harmless, that wouldn't make cocoa butter healthy, because it contains other saturated fats.
In Mama Day Naylor narrates the love story of two black people from strikingly different background--George, orphaned in the urban North, has grown up in an institution run by whites; and Cocoa, doted on by two black mother figures, has been drenched in the traditions of the rural South.