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2,395.00+71.00 (+3.06%)
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2021-07-15
Open2,336.00
Bid2,396.00
Last Price2,324.00
Day's Range2,335.00 - 2,400.00
Volume27,788
Ask2,397.00
  • Reuters

    Chocolate makers trace more cocoa beans to ensure ethical sourcing

    Chocolate and cocoa companies are tracing where more of their cocoa beans come from, as pressure mounts on them to buy beans from growers who are not linked to deforestation or human rights abuses, data from the World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) shows. The industry group said companies can now trace or locate the origin of 74% of the beans in their direct supply chain in top cocoa producer Ivory Coast, and 82% of their directly sourced beans in No. 2 producer Ghana.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Singapore's Olam to buy U.S. spice firm ahead of food ingredients unit IPO

    Commodity trader Olam International Ltd said on Thursday its soon-to-be listed food ingredients business will buy U.S. spice company Olde Thompson for an enterprise value of $950 million. The Singapore-based trader plans to separate and list Olam Food Ingredients (OFI), which includes cocoa, coffee, and edible nuts, by the first half of next year as part of a wider restructuring that would see it split into two new operating businesses. A decision on where to list the business will likely be made by the summer, Olam International Chief Executive Officer Sunny Verghese had said in February.

  • Reuters

    Singapore's Olam to buy U.S. spice firm ahead of food ingredients unit IPO

    Commodity trader Olam International Ltd said on Thursday its soon-to-be listed food ingredients business will buy U.S. spice company Olde Thompson for $950 million. The Singapore-based trader plans to separate and list Olam Food Ingredients (OFI), which includes cocoa, coffee, and edible nuts, by the first half of next year as part of a wider restructuring that would see it split into two new operating businesses. A decision on where to list the business will likely be made by the summer, Olam International Chief Executive Officer Sunny Verghese had said in February.