December 5, 1986 |
Cocoa futures prices fell Thursday as the International Cocoa Organization apparently was unable to resolve differences for price-support intervention. Cocoa lost $38 a ton on the March contract at the Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange in New York. In some other markets, soybean and grain futures were mostly lower, while livetock and meat were mostly higher.
September 1, 1988 |
Cocoa futures prices tumbled to a 12-year low Wednesday on New York's Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange after an official of the world's top cocoa-producing country said an international price support agreement was dying. On other markets, pork futures fell sharply; crop futures gained; precious metals were higher; energy futures were lower, and stock index futures retreated.
November 17, 1988 |
Prices of cocoa futures surged Wednesday on New York's Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange on rumors that the Ivory Coast and France had reached an agreement to withhold a large amount of new-crop Ivorian cocoa beans from the world market. On other exchanges, silver futures sagged but gold was little changed; copper futures retreated; stock index futures plunged; grains were lower; soybeans were higher, and livestock, meat and energy futures were mixed.
January 15, 1991 |
Question: I have to take medicine and stick to a strict diet to lower my cholesterol. Giving up steak was no big deal, but as a certified chocoholic, I am in chocolate withdrawal. Recently I read that the cocoa butter in chocolate isn't so bad for cholesterol watchers as was once thought. Is this true? Are any of the following safe for me to eat: cocoa powder, chocolate or carob? Answer: Dr.
August 27, 1988 |
Cocoa futures prices plunged to their lowest level in 12 years Friday on reports that the International Cocoa Organization was considering drastic changes in the funding of its price-support operations. Cocoa for September delivery on New York's Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange fell $37 to settle at $1,266 per metric ton, the lowest price since late 1976.
December 8, 1987 |
Cocoa futures prices plunged sharply Monday, reacting to the weekend collapse of international price control negotiations in London. On other markets, energy futures were sharply lower; soybean, grain, livestock and meat futures were mostly higher, and precious metals were lower.
February 14, 1991 |
Dear Eating Right: I don't eat much candy, but I love chocolate desserts. Recently I've begun to feel guilty about eating them because chocolate has a lot of saturated fat, which can increase blood cholesterol. Should I be worried? --LILLIAN Dear Lillian: No need for guilt.
December 24, 1987 |
Cocoa futures prices tumbled Wednesday after reports that producer nations had called an emergency meeting to discuss price-support measures proved to be unfounded. On other markets, copper futures prices hit a nearly eight-year high while gold and silver retreated, soybeans surged while grain futures were mixed, livestock and meat futures advanced, energy futures were mostly higher, and stock index futures rose.
November 22, 1992 |
When Ashok Aggarwal balked at buying his 5-year-old a candy bar and the boy threw a tantrum, they joined a great national debate about whether chocolate made in India is dangerous, even deadly. Aggarwal tried to substitute cookies, but had no luck. Finally, embarrassed by his son's howling in a crowded store, he bought an expensive bar of imported chocolate. His fears were inspired by a report more than a year ago by Dr. M. C.