Dark chocolate with a cocoa content of 80 per cent. The high cocoa content gives it a rather bitter flavour. The chocolate is produced and packaged entirely in Ghana. The export is taken care of by fairafric. The German company has been in Ghana since 2016 and in 2020 it opened a new solar-powered factory with almost 100 employees.
Ingredients: cocoa mass 73%, cane sugar 19%, cocoa butter 7.5%
Allergy information: May contain traces of cashews, peanuts, hazelnuts and almonds.
FARMER FROM NSUTA WAWASE, GHANA
We make a living from farming cocoa. But money is often tight.
"Farming helps me feed my family. We grow maize and yams on our farm, and we have sheep and goats. But the main source of income for my family is cocoa," says Stephen Odei. He has to hire workers to produce the cocoa beans. "We cultivate an area of 12 hectares. At that size, labour is very expensive. That's why money for my family is often tight." The farmer is married to three women and has five sons, seven daughters and six grandchildren.