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Cocoa Grinds report on 14 October 2021

The National Confectioners Association (NAS) released the new Cocoa Grinds report, on 14 October, which you can download and read at the end of the article.

The Cocoa Grinds Report is a quarterly report that is closely followed by cocoa traders and those with ties to the cocoa industry. Supplied by NCA for the ICE Futures U.S., It typically comes out about a month after the end of the previous quarter.

The report measures the tonnage (or weight) of cocoa beans that have been ground during the reporting period in North America. About 10 chocolate processors contribute their data to the report.

The Cocoa Grinds Report supplied by The National Confectioners Association has changed. Beginning with the report for the First Quarter 2009, the report will cover grinds for North America, including Canada, Mexico and the USA. In addition, the reports will no longer include Liquor and Butter Melted.

New reporting companies and plants have been added and previous year comparative data is not available for new reporting companies.

If you are a commodity trader, you can read more reports in the Commodity reports category. In addition, you can find the calendar of the main commodity reports for this year on the page Commodity reports calendar 2021.

Next Release Date: 20 January 2022

The Cocoa Grinds report is a quarterly report for cocoa traders and those with ties to the cocoa industry. Supplied by NCA for the ICE Futures U.S., the report measures the tonnage (or weight) of cocoa beans

David
David
David is a trader with over 25 years of experience (two years as a fund manager) in currencies and commodities. He collaborates with a major European commodity investment company, and he is the author of several successful books about trading and financial markets.

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