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03-07-2019
PRESS STATEMENT

Following series of engagement with key stakeholders, Cote D’Ivoire and Ghana have established a new pricing mechanism for the trading of cocoa beans which, we believe, would help provide a remunerative price for the Farmer.


The Mechanism which was introduced to industry players was understood.


This system takes into consideration a fixed living income differential which would...

02-07-2019
2019 NASPAC COCOA CONSUMPTION CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED

The Chief Executive of Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) Hon Joseph Boahen Aidoo has launched the 2019 NASPAC Cocoa Consumption Campaign and reiterated his call for Ghanaians to consume cocoa regularly for a healthy life.



Addressing National Service Personnel at Cocoa House in Accra, Hon Boahen Aidoo commended the personnel for their initiatives which, according to him, is in conformity wit...

19-06-2019
PRESS RELEASE: OPENING OF 2019 LIGHT CROP COCOA SEASON

It is hereby notified for general information that purchases of the 2019 light crop cocoa season will commence on FRIDAY, 21ST JUNE, 2019.


The producer price to be paid at all buying centres is Two Hundred and Twenty-eight Ghana Cedis (GhȻ228.00) per load of 30 kilograms for Grade I and II cocoa beans naked ex-scale or Four Hundred and Seventy-Five Ghana Cedis (GhȻ475.00) per bag of 6...

12-06-2019
PRESS RELEASE - CÔTE D’IVOIRE - GHANA COOPERATION IN COCOA

Côte d’Ivoire – Ghana Co-operation was instituted at the instance of the President of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire, SEM Alassane OUATTARA and the President of the Republic of Ghana, H. E. Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, in 2017, for the Ghana Cocoa Board and the Le Conseil du Café-Cacao to pool resources and synergize efforts in tackling common challenges of production and marketing, as...