GSR and Bühler Group take action again together during World Cocoa Conference

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From 22 to 25 May 2016 it will take place, in the Dominican Republic, the third edition of the World Cocoa Conference (WCC), the worldwide conference devoted to cocoa. An international platform to give voice to experts, initiated and consumers coming from all over the world; with over 1000 participants expected, this will be the ideal framework to do business, to exchange views on the thematic issues, to enter into agreements and to network.

GSR Cocoa Machinery, placed in Calolziocorte (LC) and specialized in engineering, manufacturing and testing of cocoa pressing lines, will be present as sponsor shoulders to shoulders with its already consolidated partner Bühler, Swiss group at international level. These two realities will take action together in the name of Bühler Barth Germany, a division that, thanks to its long-term partnership with GSR, was able to develop advanced technologies for cocoa processing, based on state-of-the-art technical knowledge able to supply optimized solutions for the cocoa processing industry, by keeping a particular focus on the individual requirements to allow customers all over the world to rely on efficient processing granted all along the production chain. This ranges from cleaning, pre-treatment of cocoa beans, through alkalizing, roasting and grinding to cocoa liquor, up to cocoa powder production and cocoa butter processing. BBAR is a technology granting the market the highest product quality, maximum yield and a perfect development of more than 500 valuable flavor components in the cocoa.

This four-days WCC will be surely a unique opportunity to enter in contact with the most influent stakeholders, sharing expertise and competences and develop its own network. World Cocoa Conference will take place at Barceló Bávaro Convention Center of Bávaro, in the beautiful natural framework of the Dominican Republic. This event is sustained by the Ministry of the Dominican Republic, the Embassy of the Dominican Republic and the Cocoa National Commission.