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Flavour Catalogue: A Valuable Marketing Tool For Central American Cacao Exporters

FLAVOUR CATALOGUE: A VALUABLE MARKETING TOOL FOR CENTRAL AMERICAN CACAO EXPORTERS

CBI, together with the EU, SIECA and local partners, is creating a flavour catalogue. This catalogue profiles 60 specially-selected cacao samples from 6 Central American countries. The catalogue is one of many outcomes of the…

Weak Currency And High Prices A Double-Whammy For Nigerian Cocoa Farmers 

WEAK CURRENCY AND HIGH PRICES A DOUBLE-WHAMMY FOR NIGERIAN COCOA FARMERS 

Nigerian Cocoa farmers are growing concerned that they will soon be unable to afford the necessary farming supplies to carry out their duties. The price of chemicals and other farming inputs is reportedly rising, according…

Chocolate Tasting Skills Empower Central American Cacao Growers

CHOCOLATE TASTING SKILLS EMPOWER CENTRAL AMERICAN CACAO GROWERS

The Connecting Central America project is primarily financed by the European Union (EU) and coordinated by the Secretariat for Economic Integration of Central America (SIECA). In this project, CBI helps participants with their market expertise.…

Abosso Goldfields Ltd. Distributes Us$80,000 In Farm Inputs To 360 Farmers

ABOSSO GOLDFIELDS LTD. DISTRIBUTES US$80,000 IN FARM INPUTS TO 360 FARMERS

Through the Gold Fields Ghana Foundation (GFGF), Abosso Goldfields Limited (AGL) hosted a distribution event, in which they contributed over US$80,000 worth of farm inputs to 360 farmers in the Prestea-Huni Valley Municipality. The items…

Soil Moisture In Côte D’Ivoire Support Harvest Despite Lack Of Rain

SOIL MOISTURE IN CÔTE D’IVOIRE SUPPORT HARVEST DESPITE LACK OF RAIN

Côte d’Ivoire is supposed to be in its rainy season, which starts in April and lasts through to November. Rainfall has been less than expected for the time of year, however, and the weather is…

How Can We Give Farmers The Power To Fight For Their Rights?

HOW CAN WE GIVE FARMERS THE POWER TO FIGHT FOR THEIR RIGHTS?

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series ARE COCOBOD CHEATING FARMERS?

Copyright Note: The content of this publication should not be republished in any shape or form without official consent from the author. You can reach out to the author for publication discussions via Kwame.a.kwarteng@gmail.com. If…

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