GHANA’S COVAAAGH PARTICIPATE IN THE SALON DU CHOCOLAT FAIR 2021
Member companies of the Cocoa Value Addition Artisans Association of Ghana (COVAAAGH) are making Ghana proud at the ongoing Salon du Chocolat fair at Porte De Versailles, Paris France. The fair which began on October 28, 2021 is expected to end on November 1, 2021.
Under the Auspices of the Ghana Export Promotion Authority, which seeks to boost the export earnings of Ghana’s cocoa products as part of its non-traditional export targets, the member companies of COVAAAGH have been blessed to participate in the exhibition of their globally competitive processed cocoa products in the Salon Du Chocolate fair and to participate in the Ghana Business Forum which will take place on Monday, November 1, 2021.
According to the leadership of COVAAAGH, the goal of the Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) is to court partners for the Cocoa Value Addition Artisans Association in order to create better opportunities for member companies to have access to a good part of the revenue generated annually from value added products in the international market.
Member companies participating in this years’ fair include De’ Laugh Chocolate, Golden Pod, Cocobytes Chocolate, Kabi Chocolate, Kamini Chocolate and Mansa Gold among other outstanding cocoa value addition companies who are all well represented in this year’s fair.
It is the expectation of the association that the efforts of members over the years will be rewarded thereby culminating in their eventual growth and expansion for the benefit of their farmers, investors, employees and the general Ghanaian economy.
The Salon du Chocolat is the world’s largest event dedicated to chocolate and cocoa.
The Salon du Chocolat is the global must-see event for all chocolate lovers:
- Over 500 participants from around the globe
- 60 countries represented
- The biggest names in chocolate and pastry – exceptionally all under one roof for 5 days
- The largest showcase of chocolates from the 5 continents and the presence of cocoa-producing countries
Source: Freddy Kwarteng