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The True "Cost" of Chocolate

News   Nov 22, 2019 | Original story from The Ohio State University.

 
The True "Cost" of Chocolate

Study co-author Sery Gonedelé Bi, on left, holds a cocoa plant found at an illegal farm in the Dassioko Forest Reserve in Ivory Coast. Credit: W. Scott McGraw, Courtesy of Ohio State University.

 
 
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