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As climate change threatens, a cocoa boom is born

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Farmers across Central America, known for high-quality arabica beans, are still recovering from a coffee leaf rust disease known as roya, which devastated crops over the past four years.

Now, lower-altitude areas are becoming unsuitable for growing coffee as temperatures heat up. Cocoa thrives in the warmer weather.

Source: Reuters