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Should chocolate addicts be worried? But in the future , there might not be enough of the treat to go around.
Around 3.5 million tonnes of cocoa are produced each year to turn into chocolate, but much more will be needed to meet demand in countries like china. The world is actually, seriously, running out of freaking chocolate. Now that would be hard!
Some analysts believe chocolate could eventually become a luxury good.
People find chocolate hard to resist. Producing 70% of the world's cocoa, africa's ivory coast, and the country of ghana, are facing a number of issues growing their cocoa. The world is actually, seriously, running out of freaking chocolate. The world's love for chocolate is as well known as it can be but according switzerland's barry callebaut group, there could be a deficit as early as 2020. A number of issues are putting a strain on cocoa farmers, ranging from a severe drought. The chocolate industry is warning that the world may be running out of chocolate. Over half of world's chocolate supply is grown in côte d'ivoire and ghana. Around 3.5 million tonnes of cocoa are produced each year to turn into chocolate, but much more will be needed to meet demand in countries like china. (the company behind snickers, m&ms, milky way and twix) and barry callebaut (the world's largest chocolate manufacturer that we have never heard of because it's based in switzerland). Crops of cocoa have been suffering due to dry weather in west africa, where most cocoa is produced, and a fungal disease that has wiped out around a third of. Everyone loves to receive a big box of chocolates on valentine's day. | australian women's weekly content brought to you by now to in 2013 the world ate roughly 70,000 metric tons more cocoa than it produced and by 2020 that shortage could swell to 1 million metric tons and in. Can you imagine a world without chocolate? Molten lava cakes, chocolate fondues and tiramisus, chocolate wafers etc. The price of cocoa has risen by roughly 10 percent after surging by 20 percent last year. The world ate an estimated 70,000 metric tons more cocoa than it produced last year, the washington post reports. Some analysts believe chocolate could eventually become a luxury good. The world may be running out of chocolate and we couldn't be more terrified. Running out of chocolate ? In news that could make parents hoard their kids' easter candy for themselves, experts say that in the coming years, the world could very well run out of chocolate. A lot of the world population is moving to the middle class and will have more money to spend, in particular in emerging markets and asia. yes, the chinese are eating twice as much chocolate as 10 years ago, and dark chocolate, which uses much more cocoa than regular chocolate bars. But if some of the world's largest candy manufacturers are to be believed, it could happen if we don't act soon. The increased consumption isn't the only factor in this major epidemic. The world's leading chocolate makers say that the end of cocoa is near, with people consuming way more cocoa than can be produced. With chocopalypse looming closer, how does the american chocolate giant mars, one of the world's largest cocoa buyers, secure its business in a world that is rapidly running out of chocolate? Last year, the world ate roughly 70,000 metric tons more cocoa than it produced. Meanwhile, two of the world's largest well, unfortunately farmers can't just grow more chocolate. Now that would be hard! However matt whittaker, who is the national sales manager for whittakers, comments that talk of cocoa running out has been around for. The world, as we know it, is running out of chocolate! Bloomberg are reporting what major chocolate manufacturers have known for a while: