Organic Cocoa Market Share, Growth, Key Players and Expected to Grow CAGR of 12.16% by Foresight to 2022

Global Organic Cocoa Market Information: by Application (Bakery & Confectionery, Functional Food & Beverages, Personal Care Products, Pharmaceuticals others) and Region (Africa, America & RoW) Forecast to 2022

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Market Overview:
Global Organic Cocoa Market has witnessed continued demand during the last few years and is projected to reach USD 585 million, globally by 2022. High demand for organic cocoa in functional food and beverages as a flavoring agent, in personal care products and pharmaceuticals based on nutritional properties are driving the global organic cocoa market. Economy development and increasing disposable income are expected to influence the organic cocoa market, positively. One of the major applications of organic cocoa is production of premium chocolate will contribute to the positive growth of this market. In addition, high nutrient content of the product is anticipated to propel the growth of this market.

By 2022, on the basis of application, bakery and confectionery will dominate the market and is evaluated to account for a share of more than 40% in the global market. Bakery and confectionery based application of organic cocoa is evaluated to grow at a CAGR of more than 10% during the given forecast period. Rising health consciousness among the consumers’ is influencing the increasing share of organic cocoa in functional food and beverages based on which it is anticipated to account for a share of more than 20% during the corresponding period. Furthermore, application of organic cocoa in personal care products will witness the highest growth rate based on high demand for premium and organic luxury personal care and skin care products.

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Major Key Players:
This report includes a study of strategies such as mergers and acquisitions, product launches by the major organic cocoa market players. It further includes product portfolios, developments of leading major players, which includes:

Olam (Uganda) Limited (Uganda)
BT Cocoa (Indonesia)
Tradin Organic Agriculture B.V. (U.S.)
Conacado Agroindustrial S.A. (Dominican Republic)
Barry Callebaut AG (Switzerland)
Blommer chocolate company (U.S.) and
Mars Inc. (U.S.)

Target Audience:
Organic cocoa manufacturers

Organic chocolate manufacturers

Organic functional food and beverage manufacturers

Retailers and wholesalers

Traders, importers and exporters

Key Findings:
Global Organic Cocoa market is projected to reach USD 585 million by 2022 at a growth rate of 12.16%

America will experience the highest growth at a rate of 14.27 during the given forecast period

Application of organic cocoa in personal care products is projected to have the highest growth rate of 13.33%

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The reports also cover country level analysis:

America
• Brazil
• Ecuador
• Colombia
• Peru
• Mexico
• Dominican Republic
• Haiti
• Others

Africa
• Côte d'Ivoire
• Ghana
• Cameroon
• Nigeria
• Togo
• Uganda
• Others

RoW
• Indonesia
• Papua New Guinea
• India
• Philippines
• Others

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