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Starting January 2018, Cocoa Processing Company (CPC) is offering corporate clients special handcrafted chocolate products for use as corporate souvenirs. These chocolate articles may be offered to customers to pick from a receptacle or packaged in little boxes.

The general public is hereby invited to place orders for the upcoming National Chocolate day (14th February).

The company continues to offer opportunity for custom-brand bar chocolates in corporate colours or personalized images of customers.

 We look forward to your order of handcrafted chocolates and your corporate branded bar chocolates for the National Chocolate Day celebrations in February 2018.




Ag. Managing Director

            Nana Agyenim Boateng Heads CPC

            Nana Agyenim Boateng assumed office as the Acting Managing Director of Cocoa Processing Company in September 2017. Until his appointment to CPC, Nana Agyenim Boateng was for more than ten years the Deputy Managing Director in charge of Operations at the PBC Limited.Nana Agyenim Boateng 1 is also the  traditional ruler of Amoaman in the Atwima Nwabingye district area.


                                                                                                   Nana Agyenin Boateng receiving a copy of the MoU from the MD of Eduwin, for the supply of cocoa powder for the feeding of students under the FREE SHS programme. Eduwin is the company contracted to supply cocoa beverage for the Schools.






Free SHS students to enjoy free cocoa beverage this term.

Government has promised to improve on the policy

Starting the second term of the 2017/2018 academic year, boarding schools will be served with cocoa beverage as an addition to the Free SHS package.

Edwin Delight Foods, the company with the license to supply the National Food Buffer Stock Company, in a letter to Cocoa Processing Company, has requested for 100 metric tons of cocoa powder.

The total stock consists of 5,000 bags of 20 kg weight of cocoa powder.

This shall be the main beverage for the second term for the feeding of first year students under the government’s Free Senior High School programme.

In a letter signed by Chief Executive Officer Hanan Abdul-Wahab, the National Food Buffer Stock Company stated: “Further to your company’s application to participate in the supply of food items to first year students of public boarding second cycle institution on behalf of National Food Buffer Stock Company, we are pleased to confirm that you have been appointed as a licensed supplier for Nafco”.

“Your company is required to supply cocoa powder to the aforementioned institution on behalf of Nafco for the second term of the 2017/2018 academic year…”

The free education policy began in September, 2017 and has witnessed teething challenges.

But President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has assured that the challenges will be dealt with.

By Vida Asiedu||Ghana