A mural on the wall at Choco Ivoire, an Ivorian company that processes cocoa butter, in San Pedro, Ivory Coast. The cocoa trade has long been a source of bitter contention in the country. Initially migrant workers from across West Africa were invited to the country to share in its farmland, helping Ivory Coast become the world's top producer. But once the economy went sour in the 1980s, cocoa profits became more jealously guarded. Land disputes erupted, sparking xenophobic violence that became a ten-year civil war. Image by Peter DiCampo. Ivory Coast, 2012.