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Agrotourism development in Ghana: A study of its prospects and challenges at Adjeikrom Cocoa Tour Facility, Eshun, Gabriel, and Tettey Christopher , Bulletin of Geography. Socio–economic Series, 06/2014, Issue 25, Torun, Ploand, p.99, (2014) , (Practical Publication)
Nigeria Hikes Target on Cocoa Production , Nzeka, Uche M., and Nicely Russ , 05/2014, (2014) , (Practical Publication)
Evaluating the Effect of Logistical Drivers on Cocoa Supply Chain in Ghana: A Case of Transroyal Ghana Limited, Asamoah, David, Arthur Yarhands Dissou, and Stephen Assane , International Journal of Business and Social Science , March 2013, Volume Vol. 4, Issue No. 3, USA, p.195, (2013) , (Practical Publication)
The Partially Liberalized Cocoa Sector in Ghana, Kolavalli, Shashidhara, Vigneri Marcella, Maamah Haruna, and Poku John , 09/2012, Washington, DC, (2012) , (Practical Publication)
Intentieverklaring duurzame cacao, Verburg, G. , 2010///, (2010) , (Practical Publication)
Child labour, education and child rights among cocoa producers in Ghana, Berlan, Amanda , The political economy of new slavery, 2004///, p.158 - 78, (2004) , (Practical Publication)
Cocoa cycles: the economics of cocoa supply, Ruf, François , 1995///, Cambridge, UK, p.400, (1995) , (Practical Publication)
Market transformation strategy for cocoa, BACP , 2010///, (2010) , (Practical Publication)

From bean to cup: how consumer choice impacts upon coffee producers and the environment

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TitleFrom bean to cup: how consumer choice impacts upon coffee producers and the environment
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2005
Authorsnternational for and Consumers International, Institute Environment Development(IIED)
Pagination64 - pgs.
Date Published2005
InstitutionConsumers International & International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsbrazil, chains & relations, coffee, consumers, europe, Vietnam

Although this report is about coffee, it may provide useful insights for stakeholders in the cocoa sector as well. The report is a joint work of Consumers International and several of its member organisations in coffee producer and consumer countries and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). It examines the impact of certification along the coffee commodity chain from producer to consumer and to consider how to expand the market for certified coffee. This report is targeted primarily at stakeholders who can influence consumption patterns in developed countries, as this is where the demand for certified coffee is likely to grow – at least for the near future.