CocoaAction is a voluntary industry-wide strategy that aligns the world’s leading cocoa and chocolate companies, origin Governments, and key stakeholders on regional priority issues in cocoa sustainability. CocoaAction convenes the sector in order to align complementary roles and responsibilities, leverage scale and efficiency through collaboration, and catalyze efforts to accelerate sustainability in the cocoa sector.

The WCF member companies committed to CocoaAction include Barry CallebautBlommerCargillFerreroThe Hershey CompanyMars, IncorporatedMondelēz InternationalNestlé, and Olam.

The World Cocoa Foundation acts as the convener and strategy holder for CocoaAction, facilitating the implementation of this voluntary industry-wide strategy, driving alignment and generating new insights to amplify its impact. For more information on CocoaAction or how to get involved, contact Nira Desai, Director, Strategy, Policy, and Learning.

2016 Annual Report 

2016 CocoaAction Annual Report

The second CocoaAction Annual Report focuses on how CocoaAction companies and WCF put CocoaAction into practice in 2016. 

2016 CocoaAction Annual Report – English

Rapport Annuel 2016 de CocoaAction – Français


2015 Annual Report

WCF Post 1 - InstagramThe first CocoaAction Annual Report details the progress made to date to accelerate sustainability in the cocoa sector. 

CocoaAction Annual Report 2015 – English

Rapport Annuel 2015 de CocoaAction – Français


Progress Reports

CocoaAction Report on CollaborationThe second CocoaAction Progress Report details the importance of collaboration among companies and how they are working together on uniform measures for progress. 

CocoaAction Progress Report – November 2015 – ENGLISH

Rapport de Progrès de CocoaAction – Novembre 2015 – Française


CocoaAction Progress Report - March 2015 - Cover ShotThe first report documenting the progress of CocoaAction was launched in March 2015. This report conveys the progress toward alignment – a position of agreement or alliance. With CocoaAction, alignment means getting the cocoa and chocolate industry to agree on a strategy and working with government and other stakeholders so that all parties have a shared perspective on what is needed to accelerate sustainability in the cocoa sector. Future reports will document the progress of productivity and community development efforts. 

CocoaAction Progress Report – March 2015 – ENGLISH

Rapport de Progrès de CocoaAction – Mars 2015 – Française

Additional Resources

CocoaAction – Frequently Asked Questions (April 2016) >>

Ivory Coast Launch Press Release (May 2014) >>

Ivory Coast Launch Press Release French (May 2014) >>

Ghana Launch Press Release English (May 2014) >>