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A worker of SCAK Kivu holds cocoa pods at the company's processing plant in Beni on November 15, 2016.
Cocoa farming in the Beni area started in the late 1990s after the coffee plantations that were historically grown there were decimated by tracheomycosis. ESCO Kivu buys cacao beans to local farmers and condition them for export towards Europe and North America. / AFP / Eduardo Soteras        (Photo credit should read EDUARDO SOTERAS/AFP/Getty Images)
A worker of SCAK Kivu holds cocoa pods at the company's processing plant in Beni on November 15, 2016.
Cocoa farming in the Beni area started in the late 1990s after the coffee plantations that were historically grown there were decimated by tracheomycosis. ESCO Kivu buys cacao beans to local farmers and condition them for export towards Europe and North America. / AFP / Eduardo Soteras        (Photo credit should read EDUARDO SOTERAS/AFP/Getty Images)

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