The FCC was established to serve the growing trade in physical cocoa. Our aim is to develop a single robust commercial framework for the cocoa market, to achieve contract harmonisation and provide supporting services and education programmes.
The FCC is an international trade association with over 200 members spread across 38 countries. FCC membership is open to a wide range of stakeholders in the cocoa supply chain: from exporters to processors and chocolate manufactures, including traders, brokers, warehousekeepers, superintendents and other representatives of the cocoa market ancillary services.
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Given the current global health emergency following the COVID-19 outbreak, the World Cocoa Conference that was scheduled on the 23 – 26 May 2021 in Bali, Indonesia has been rescheduled to take place in 2022.
This is due to large gatherings and travel being restricted by governments across the world for the foreseeable few months. The International Cocoa Organization is currently monitoring reports from the World Health Organisation (WHO) daily. We must put the health and safety of our attendees and staff above all else.