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Madagascar after Cyclone Enawo
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Cyclone Enawo hitting Madagascar - Barry Callebaut and Prova providing immediate assistance to support farmers on the ground

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Last week, tropical storm Enawo hit Madagascar as the most powerful storm in 13 years. The storm reached the island in the SAVA region, where Barry Callebaut and Prova launched their joint project to introduce cocoa farming to Madagascar’s main vanilla producing area. Currently, a full assessment of the damages and the effects to the joint project is not possible. Both companies are donating CHF 50,000 together for immediate support of the local farmers.
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Female cocoa farmer in Cameroon
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On International Women’s Day, Barry Callebaut celebrates women like Marie Tanoh, champion cocoa farmer

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Marie is the President of cocoa cooperative, Boukabla, located in Niablé, eastern Côte d'Ivoire. The cooperative made up of almost 200 female farmers, supplies UTZ Certified cocoa to Barry Callebaut.
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Barry Callebaut rated „Ambitious“ in the WWF Swiss Food Industry Rating.
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A great start

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Barry Callebaut rated „Ambitious“ in the WWF Swiss Food Industry Rating.
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Cocoa Farmers in Côte d'Ivoire
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Cocoa Farmers in Côte d'Ivoire continue to live in poverty

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New study shows the road to make cocoa a sustainable and high yielding crop is still long
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cocoa beans in hands
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It's time to take bold steps forward!

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There is no chocolate without cocoa. But looking at the social and productivity challenges of cocoa farmers in West Africa - the largest supplier of cocoa in the world - we have to be brutally honest and ask the question: Will we still have enough cocoa in 20 years to satisfy chocolate demand? Will there be chocolate forever? That's why we, Barry Callebaut, decided to confront these challenges head on and commit to four bold targets to make sure there is 'Forever Chocolate’. Let's have a closer look at today’s challenges in West Africa’s cocoa supply chain and how we think we can address them!
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Forever Chocolate
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“Forever Chocolate”: Barry Callebaut targets 100% sustainable chocolate by 2025

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Barry Callebaut aims to make sustainable chocolate the norm
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Antoine de Saint-Affrique speaking at One Young World summit in Ottawa/Canada 2016
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Learn, Leverage, Give back

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Our CEO, Antoine de Saint-Affrique, addressed 1,300 delegates at the recent One Young World 2016 Summit in Ottawa/Canada. Find following an abstract of his speech on the duty to step in for education, how companies can be a force for good, calling for action on company and personal levels.
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Barry Callebaut and Prova to launch joint project empowering vanilla farmers
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Barry Callebaut and Prova to launch joint project empowering vanilla farmers

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Introducing cocoa farming to Madagascar’s vanilla production region
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Cocoa farmer with seedlings
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Barry Callebaut, IFC, and the IDH partner to provide credit for ‘productivity packages’ to farmers and co-operatives

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Making cocoa farming more sustainable and profitable for farmers
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Barry Callebaut Group enhances efforts for signature  Cocoa Horizons sustainability programme in Ghana
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Barry Callebaut Group enhances efforts for signature Cocoa Horizons sustainability programme in Ghana

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Barry Callebaut announced the further expansion of its signature Cocoa Horizons sustainability programme in Ghana during a special event attended by local business, community and government leaders. The Cocoa Horizons programme will be implemented through its wholly owned subsidiary, Nyonkopa Cocoa Buying Limited, which was acquired by Barry Callebaut in 2015.
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