January 29, 2019

TO'AK ON NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

By Carl Schweizer

It’s hard to imagine a world without chocolate, but over the past century disease has repeatedly devastated the cacao trees needed to produce it. Today these precious tress are in jeopardy once again, only this time the stakes are much higher. Archeologist and correspondent Jago Cooper traveled to Ecuador to meet individuals who are fighting to save the world’s favorite flavor...

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