A farmer holds a cocoa pod in Alepe, Ivory Coast, showing the fruit that surrounds the seed. Photo: Reuters A farmer holds a cocoa pod in Alepe, Ivory Coast, showing the fruit that surrounds the seed. Photo: Reuters
A farmer holds a cocoa pod in Alepe, Ivory Coast, showing the fruit that surrounds the seed. Photo: Reuters

Nestle launches sugarless dark chocolate bar sweetened with cocoa fruit pulp that would otherwise go to waste

  • ‘Incoa’ bar that is sweetened using upcycled cocoa fruit pulp instead of added sugar should appeal to consumers concerned about the environment and their health
  • It will not only help cut food waste but boost the income of cocoa farmers. Other producers have sold cocoa fruit chocolate bars or supply the pulp to chefs

Topic |   Food and agriculture
A farmer holds a cocoa pod in Alepe, Ivory Coast, showing the fruit that surrounds the seed. Photo: Reuters A farmer holds a cocoa pod in Alepe, Ivory Coast, showing the fruit that surrounds the seed. Photo: Reuters
A farmer holds a cocoa pod in Alepe, Ivory Coast, showing the fruit that surrounds the seed. Photo: Reuters
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