International Symposium on Cocoa Research postponed to 5-7 December 2022 in France 

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The International Cocoa Organization (ICCO), in  collaboration with the French institution Centre de Recherche Agricole pour le Développement  International (CIRAD), announce that, considering the evolution of the global health situation  following the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), the International Symposium on Cocoa  Research (ISCR 2021) that was scheduled for September 27-29, 2021, has been rescheduled  for December 5-7, 2022, in Montpellier, France, 

The International Cocoa Research Symposium is becoming a well-established event in the  sector, having previously attracted over 500 participants, not only from the scientific  community, but also from the entire cocoa value chain, making it a must-attend event for  anyone concerned about the future of cocoa.  

The Symposium represents a unique opportunity for participants to interact with cocoa  industry leaders and high-level speakers, who will present their latest studies and point the  way forward for the cocoa sector. The main theme of this edition of the symposium is  “Innovations to Support Market Development and Promote Sustainability in Cocoa  Farming to Improve Farmers’ Incomes“.  

In order to facilitate the reception of papers and presentations, as well as the registration of participants , the organization has published a website www.iscrsymposium.org from which  all the information related to the event, the different thematic areas, as well as the conditions  and requirements to send the papers can be consulted. The deadline for submissions has  been extended to March 15, 2022. 

The event will comply with the strictest measures in terms of prevention of COVID. For those  who wish to attend the event you are invited to consult the website for more information,  including discounts applicable to students and organizations from ICCO Member and non  ICCO Member countries.

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