The principal objects of the Association are to foster trade and welfare of the cocoa beans and cocoa products industry in the United States; to obtain for its membership the benefits to be secured by friendly intercourse among those engaged in importing and trading in cocoa beans and cocoa products and, by mutual cooperation and joint action, to promote and advance the interests of thereto; to secure freedom from unjust or unlawful exactions; to procure uniformity and certainty in the customs and usage of the trade and commerce in cocoa beans and cocoa products; to settle differences between its members; and to do such other and further acts and things far as the same are permitted by the laws of the State of New York to corporations under the Not for Profit Corporation Law and by the Antitrust Statute of the United States of America.


Friday, March 27, 2015 – MAY (K)

Main Crop Ghana, Grade I 3159
Main Crop Ivory Coast, Grade I 3059
Main Crop Nigerian, Grade 1
Ecuador ASE     2884
Sanchez f.a.q.    2904
Indonesian f.a.q. 115/100  2819
PPP Nat. African Type Carton Cocoa Butter 5762
Cocoa Press Cake -
Natural 10/12% Butterfat
Prices are in U.S. dollars per metric ton, net ex dock or warehouse U.S. Eastern seaboard north of Hatteras for merchandise physically available for interstate commerce in truckload quantities, regular commercial quality and are nominal.
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March 10-13, 2015
International Cocoa Conference
Turnberry Isle Miami
Aventura, FL