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Cocoa grading and quality control in Papua New Guinea



Cocoa grading and quality control in Papua New Guinea



Pacific Policy Paper ( 8): 161-175



Quality control is an important factor in the export success of a graded commodity like cocoa. Papua New Guinea has generally enjoyed a reputation as a producer of fine or flavour cocoa for which it has received a good premium. In a recent move to upgrade quality control, the Cocoa Quality Management System was introduced to privatize the cocoa quality inspection system and to increase self-regulation of the industry.

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