Brazil ranks 6th in world cocoa production

The goal is to reach self-sufficiency with 300,000 tons of cocoa per year by 2025 and 400,000 tons by 2030, expanding cocoa, derivatives, and chocolate exports. These values can lift Brazil to third place among the world's largest cocoa producers.

Starting in September, Decree No. 462 will come into force, addressing the Executive Commission's innovation policy of the Cocoa Crop Plan (Ceplac).

The goal is to innovate for the benefit of cocoa through the development of technologies, products, processes, and services.

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