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co·coa

(kō'kō),
A powder prepared from the roasted kernels of the ripe seed of Theobroma cacao (family Sterculiaceae); used in the preparation of cocoa syrup, a flavoring agent.
See also: cacao.

cocoa

a cooking ingredient derived from cacao.
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Top 5 Cocoa Producers TONS OF COCOA BEANS COUNTRY PRODUCED ANNUALLY (1) Cote d'Ivoire 1,730,000 (2) Ghana 920,000 (3) Indonesia 425,000 (4) Nigeria 240,000 (5) Brazil 210,000 Top 5 Chocolate Consumers CHOCOLATE CONSUMED COUNTRY (per year, per person) (1) Switzerland 23.
Oliviero T, Capuano E, Mmerer B and V Fogliano Influence of roasting on the antioxidant activity and HMF formation of a cocoa bean model systems.
With us pn the bean to bar we are only adding sugar so the ingredients on the pack are sugar and cocoa beans.
Reducing de-hulled cocoa beans to powder including the step of defatting;
The cocoa bean shells become a byproduct and in the state of New Hampshire they are a designated biomass fuel source.
I contacted both companies and stated I would no longer buy any chocolates or any of their products, unless they could publicly state their products were produced with cocoa beans from child labour free plantations.
A cost effective way to prevent the breakage of cocoa beans and a heads up display for cars were on display at the Engineering Education Scheme (EES) Celebration and Assessment Day at the NEC yesterday.
While Caitlin loved the liquid chocolate in the tiny cup and the funny cocoa beans on the Cadabra ride.
Dr Griffiths, of the University of Wales in Aberystwyth, writes in Biology magazine that chocolate prices will rise if cocoa beans supply is hit.
Last year, for example, Guittard Chocolate Company, the 134-year-old San Francisco Bay Area chocolate manufacturer, introduced an artisanal line of chocolates labeled with the names of cocoa bean varietals.
According to the United Nations International Labor Organization, tens of thousands of children are subject to abusive labor practices by cocoa bean plantations in western and central Africa
The mature cocoa bean contains pairs known as dimers, triads known as trimers, quartets known as tetramers, and larger ensembles of these units.