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TO GO WITH STORY BY AMELIE BARON ON COCOA IN HAITI: "From bean to bar, Haiti's cocoa wants international recognition"
Sorting of cocoa beans according to their size and appearance is done in the workshops of Makaya Chocolat on December 23, 2020 in Petionville, Haiti. - Although small in the face of South America's giants, Haiti is slowly developing its cocoa industry to ensure better incomes for thousands of modest farmers and to end the stereotype of gastronomic art known as the domain of wealthy countries. (Photo by Valerie Baeriswyl / AFP)
2020-12-26
VALERIE BAERISWYL/AFP/East News
AFP
VALERIE BAERISWYL
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