BATEGUEDEA, COTE D'IVOIRE, 2005. A pisteur--that is, someone who drives to the village and purchases fermented, dried cacao beans, then drives them to the Traitant, the man who owns the warehouse where the beans are stored before they are sold to the exporter.
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