Bolivia has 13,500 hectares of wild cocoa

Bolivia currently has significant areas of land dedicated to cocoa production, with at least 13,500 hectares (ha) devoted to the harvesting of wild cocoa from stands, and 14,884 for hybrid cocoa. Currently, Bolivian cocoa is one of the agricultural products with the highest demand for the national and international market. Cocoa production is promoted in Bolivia by Helvetas Swiss Intercoperation, since 2012.

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