Global warming is putting the chocolate supply chain at risk. Here's how Mars is tackling the problem.
Cocoa production is highly concentrated in two countries and is exposed to the risks of climate change, particularly in reducing the available arable land for production. Cargill one of the largest producers of cocoa is focused on improving sustainability of the product through a comprehensive approach.
As climate change threatens the future supply of cocoa, one company – Mars – looks to fortify its supply chain.
Rising temperatures may support demand for Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, but climate change poses a serious threat to the company’s cocoa supply chain.
How could Casa Luker, a successful colombian 🇨🇴 family business in the cocoa products industry, secure the sustainability of its supply chain in times of environmental change leading to scarcity of the cocoa bean? Will the country’s potential in this new era of peace attract international investors and, along with the company’s investment in R&D, will it be sufficient to move forward with local and international expansion of its cocoa and derived product business?
Chocolate prices are rising… How is one company saving our most beloved treat AND combating climate change?
Nutella is one of the most globally loved tastes. The question is: Will it be around for our kids to love?
Amongst concerned chocolate aficionados, “Chocopalypse” is an embellished term used to encapsulate the very real threat that climate change poses to global cocoa supplies. 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?
A jar if Nutella is sold every 2.5 seconds. Will Ferrero be an environmental villain, hero or victim in their attempt to satisfy this growing global appetite?
Climate change will reduce cocoa bean supply by 2030. Hershey will need to adapt its business practices to remain competitive.