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Nigeria’s cocoa mold level rises to 7% as rainfall persists

by Josephine Okojie

October 10, 2018 | 3:09 am
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Persistent rainfall and damp weather in major cocoa growing regions of the country has induced a 7 percent rise of mold levels in Nigeria’s cocoa beans, as main crop harvest commences, cocoa farmers association says. Sayina Rima, national president, Cocoa Association of Nigeria (CAN) tells BusinessDay that the mold level which is caused by persistent…

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by Josephine Okojie

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