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Cocoa producers struggle to keep up with chocolate sales

20 December 2013 Last updated at 10:47 GMT

Cocoa producers are struggling to keep up with demand as sales of chocolate grow in Asia and the Middle East, pushing up prices.

A record $117bn of chocolate is expected to be sold worldwide next year, with cocoa trading at over $2700 per tonne in New York.

That makes it one of the world's fastest rising commodities.

Tamsin Ford reports from Ivory Coast.

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