In this April 12, 2013 photo, a man walks through the Ebococa industrial plant in Villa Tunari, Bolivia. The government of Bolivia's President Evo Morales has tried to promote coca foods through culinary festivals and incentives for private companies that produce the treats. He's also financed the construction of a second factory in the capital of La Paz, part of his promise to help fellow coca growers produce everything from hand lotion to syrup to toothpaste. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)

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In this April 12, 2013 photo, a man walks through the Ebococa industrial plant in Villa Tunari, Bolivia. The government of Bolivia's President Evo Morales has tried to promote coca foods through culinary festivals and incentives for private companies that produce the treats. He's also financed the construction of a second factory in the capital of La Paz, part of his promise to help fellow coca growers produce everything from hand lotion to syrup to toothpaste. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
In this April 12, 2013 photo, a man walks through the Ebococa industrial plant in Villa Tunari, Bolivia. The government of Bolivia's President Evo Morales has tried to promote coca foods through culinary festivals and incentives for private companies that produce the treats. He's also financed the construction of a second factory in the capital of La Paz, part of his promise to help fellow coca growers produce everything from hand lotion to syrup to toothpaste. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
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