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Cocoa prices make chocolate more expensive, but these LatAm countries could seize the moment

Capital Economics' Fisher cites the case of Brazil, which aims to produce enough to meet domestic demand by 2025, eliminating the need for imports.

"By the end of the decade, Brazil and Ecuador should have a larger share of the global cocoa market, while benefitting from historically high prices in the short term," she said.

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