At ugrave & o ; an Ebola case dé t & eacute; diagnosed dé & agrave ; Dallas, United States, producers of cocoa inqui & egrave ; tent for their r dé dé annual harvest ; funny & agrave ; mid-October.
C & OCIRC, Ivory Coast and Ghana are the two largest producers of cocoa, and likely to & ecirc ; affect be dé s Ebola.
Manufacturers fear that if the Nig dé ria, cocoa producer r dé recently infected é ;, reoccurring on other lands chocolate.
Ghana provides pr & egrave, s 20% of the global supply of cocoa but has no boundary & egrave ; res with an infected country dé.
However, the C & OCIRC, Ivory Coast, which dé holds 40% of world production is borderpartnershipsand & egrave, re the Lib dé ria and Guin é e that they have more than 1,300 died of Ebola virus.
While the UN thinks halt its spread by six & agrave ; nine months, the dé pid dé crumb jeopardize the r dé harvest of f & egrave ; ves cocoa cr dé ant ap dé shortage of chocolate in the world if it continues to r dé pandre.
But chocolate is not the only food & agrave ; & ecirc, be threatened dé.
Ghana produces dé also seeds s dé Sami and cashews.
The fair professionals Cashew pr dé for the month of November dé t & eacute; canceled dé e & agrave ; because of the danger li dé virus.
The hope of many victims of Ebola does not take that & agrave ; the announcement by WHO dé aim September considering a vaccine available in the month of November.