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The cocoa market - France

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MARKET OVERVIEW

1.1 Definition and scope of study

Cocoa is the powder obtained by grinding cocoa beans, the fruit of the cacao tree. The cocoa industry is clearly divided into :

  • The upstream part, which consists of cultivating cocoa plantations, recovering the cocoa beans and drying them. This primary upstream industry is the virtual monopoly of developing countries;
  • The primary downstream part, which consists in transforming the raw beans into "cocoa mass", a semi-finished product used by the entire chocolate industry (cleaning, drying, roasting, etc.).this is a semi-finished product used by the entire chocolate industry (cleaning, drying, roasting, hulling and grinding), which sometimes takes place directly on the production site, but is more often the preserve of Western multinationals;
  • The secondary downstream part, which consists in the production of chocolate and other by-products that are ultimately distributed to end consumers. These secondary and tertiary activities are largely concentrated in developed countries;

Between these key segments of the cocoa value chain, there is of course the transport industry, particularly maritime transport, which links the different geographies involved.

The world cocoa market is a globalized market that operates in a way typical of commodity markets.

Production is largely concentrated in Africa , with Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana alone accounting for over 60% of the world's cocoa output of over 4 billion tonnes. The other key countries in global production are other African countries, South American countries and Indonesia. It should be noted that 80% of world production comes from family plantations of less than 10 hectares.

On the downstream side of the industry, Europe and the Americas account for the lion's share of global processing and consumption. It should also be noted here that a few Western multinationals control a substantial share of the global end-product market. It should be emphasized that this global commodity market is largely shaped by the impact of financial markets , since world prices for physical trade and cocoa futures are set on the London and New York markets.

In France, the chocolate industry represents around 400,000 tonnes, with sales of several billion euros and tens of thousands of direct jobs.

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The cocoa market - France

Publicado en 22/02/2022 by Alexis de Guitaut - NA

Une analyse très détaillée de la consommation et distribution du cacaco en France. L'étude contient de précieuses informations concernant le marché du bio et celui du commerce équitable.


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Merci beaucoup Alexis pour votre avis! :)

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