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Top 10 Cocoa Producing Countries in the World

Top 10 Cocoa Producing Countries in The World
Welcome to Displore and thanks for watching. In this video we will be bringing you the top 10 cocoa producing countries in the world. Cocoa beans were first brought over to Europe by Christopher Columbus, and then later, Hernán Cortés, who gave samples of cacao to King Charles of Spain in 1528. Most of the world’s cocoa is grown in a narrow belt, give or take, of around 20 degrees either side of the equator, as it offers the perfect conditions for growing cocoa. The cocoa tree needs high temperatures, humid conditions and plenty of rainfall to grow successfully. For these reasons, cocoa is produced predominantly in the hot and humid regions of Africa, Asia, Central and South America and Australia. Cocoa was first harvested in what is today Central America. Soon, though, it became popular around the world, and it is now produced in many regions worldwide.
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Nations across four continents make the top 10, with four of the top five nations found in Africa. Cocoa beans are of different types and characteristics depending on where they come from. So with any firther delay here are the top 10 cocoa producing countries in the world.
10. Colombia 56,808 Tonnes Per Annum
Colombia is a country located in the north of South America, with a population of 48.2 million people spread over a total of1,141,748 km2. The economy of Colombia is mostly fuelled by science and technology, infrastructure and agriculture. One of the most cultivated crops in Colombia is cocoa which is amongst the most exported products that contribute to the $355.163 billion yearly GDP. Colombia is the tenth largest cocoa producer in the world yielding 56,808 tonnes of cocoa, grown on over 200,000 hectares of land. The industry supports the livelihoods of 50,000 farmers that each cultivates an average of 3.5 hectares.Colombia produces some of the finest cocoa beans in the world and they mostly grow the highly sought after Crillio and Trinitario varieties. It is grown in the regions of Santander, the north of Antioquia and the south of Córdoba.
9. Dominican Republic. 86,599 Tonnes Per Annum
The Dominican Republic is a country located on the island of Hispaniola in the Greater Antilles archipelago of the Caribbean region. The Dominican Republic is the second-largest nation in the Antilles by area after Cuba at 48,671km2 and third by population with approximately 10.5 million people of whom approximately 3.3 million live in the metropolitan area of Santo Domingo, the capital city.The Dominican Republic is the largest cocoa producer in the Caribbean with 86,599 tonnes in 2017 and is a leader in sustainable, fair-trade and organic cocoa.The cocoa industry is clearly important to the economy of the island as it sustains 40,000 farmers, employs 350,000 people and earned the country $261 million. The Dominican Republic has historically been known for two different types of cocoa: a buttery, cheaper product known as Sanchez and a drier, better-fermented bean called Hispaniola. The island is aiming to considerably increase its cocoa yields and in the last decade have grown their cocoa exports by 322% and aim to triple it by 2027.
8. Peru 121,825 Tonnes Per Annum
Peru is a country in western South America bordered in the north by Ecuador and Colombia, in the east by Brazil, in the southeast by Bolivia, in the south by Chile, and in the west by the Pacific Ocean. At 1.28 million km2, Peru is the 19th largest country in the world, and the third largest in South America. Cocoa most likely originated in the Amazon basin around Peru and now Peruvian chocolate is considered to be some of the finest in the world. Peru produced a total of 121,825 tonnes of cocoa in 2017 and is seeing rapid growth each year. Over half of their cocoa exports are beans with 20% being organic and the rest is made up of post-processed products such as cocoa butter, liquor, powder and husks.Cocoa plantations are spread throughout the country with the main growing areas in La Convención and Lares, Huallaga, Apurímac-Ene and Alto Marañón, all in the Eastern Andes.
7. Ecuador. 205,955 Tonnes Per Annum
Ecuador officially the Republic of Ecuador is a country in north-western South America, bordered by Colombia on the north, Peru on the east and south, and the Pacific Ocean on the west. The capital city is Quito, which is also its largest city and has a total population 17.1 million people living in an area of 283,561km2. Ecuador brings in a total GDP of about $106.289 billion and some of it comes
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Adam B. Alhassan : Ghana was number 1 Cocoa producer in the world until in the late 80's due to famine/drought, across the sub region.
This prompted most of the Ghanaian cocoa farmers to move to Ivory Coast.
The Ivorian government also paid the cocoa farmers better than the military government in Ghana by then.
This resulted in mass migration of cocoa farmers from Ghana to Ivory Coast. Ghana should have been number 1 still if not for this migration of farmers.
Tinashe Hofisi : I'm proud to be an African man one love from Zimbabwe
Lamini Abass : Ghana and cote d'Ivoire Cameroon we are proud of Africa
Ernest Agyemang-Botchway : Ghana use to be number one in cocoa producer in the world,its about time the government help incentivize small growers to boost production,the quality of the Ghanaian cocoa is the best in world.

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A cacao tree with fruit pods in various stages of ripening.
Taken on the Big Island (Hawaii) in the botanical gardens.
Date 27 December 2006
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Author Photo by Medicaster.

Español: Tres variedades de Theobroma cacao (Izquierda a derecha):
Forastero, Trinitario, Criollo
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