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On a cocoa plantation

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  • 1. ´Finnish / German group
  • 2. When they are ripe, the cocoa pods are cut from the tree with a machete.
  • 3. The pods are cut open.
  • 4. Then the seeds are removed. Each pod contains about 30 to 50 – about seven bars of chocolate can be made out of these.
  • 5. Once the cocoa seeds have been harvested, the raw cocoa beans are covered and fermented for about five days.
  • 6. Then they are spread out by the village people.
  • 7. When the beans are dry they are sorted.
  • 8. The beans are turned over several times each day. The drying process lasts from five to seven days. The cocoa seeds become cocoa beans during this time.
  • 9. Then they are put into sacks and brought into town. From there ´they are shipped all over the world.
  • 10. Thanks for listening 