Cocoa Reigns at SJPC Terminal

The South Jersey Port Corporation terminals have for years been the epicenter of cocoa bean imports into the eastern United States, feeding the nation’s and many of the world’s largest chocolate processors and confectioners, all within 90 miles of the port. From vending machine candy bars to connoisseur chocolates concocted for discerning palate rivaling that of the most snobbish wine sommelier, the lifeblood of the chocolate, the dried cocoa beans, pulses through the SJPC docks in Camden, New Jersey, and Camden International Commodity Terminals.