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bro this is horrible, its making chocolate more expensive…
Look up fairafric. It's a german company that has chocolate factories in Ghana and directly partners with the farmers. Their goal is to decolonize the chocolate industry and make Ghana a major chocolate producer from bean to bar where the employees are part owners.
Sounds like propaganda to co sign Europe bullying Ghana into not producing they own. They lost me at Ghana being hot it's 2023. Tf y'all talking about Ghana isn't in a cave
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In an Ideal World : Imagine Ghana cutting off all exports of Cocoa and start producing home made chocolate products.
All these bastard MNCs would go homeless and beg on streets 😹
If it was yt people they’ll be rich be selfish
Everyone should pay royalties to Mexico, chocolate is Mexican and stolen by Spaniards
The same same major companies based out of Europe and North America could build out the necessary infrastructure to develop finished products in less than two years if they wanted to.
I’m sorry black people We go overcome this oppression 💪🏾
Would happily buy a Ghanaian chocolate and happily contribute towards their economy than buying a Hershey's chocolate.
Any premium added by Ghana, is only going to get levied onto western consumers rather than the company itself. For example, the premium will just be added to the chocolate bar itself that us consumers pay for (0.75usd > $1), so that companies can maintain their billions in profit.
Pathetic that the big corporation put "fair trade" symbols on their packaging when the farmers are getting 2$ a day!?!!!
Factories all over Africa are possible if Governments funded Cooperatives. An example in my village we used to grow coffee and there is a coffee collection centre sitting idle for year's. What if the government funded processing machines for the collection centre and the farmers worked a formula for everyone to benefit from the processed products?
People don't understand just how important ingredients are to the final flavor nor do they understand the whole thing with flavors. Remember the New Coke debacle? Coca Cola decided to remove some very small trace ingredients from their cola that are only sourced from a few areas but are expensive (they are called "natural flavors" on the can) so they removed them and dubbed the product New Coke. That affected the flavor enough that consumers went ballistic, Coke lost a ton of money, and they switched back then quietly retired New Coke.
I do my own canning of jams and I live in Oregon which is like the caneberry capital of the world. Just picking berries from different patches produces different flavors of raspberry and strawberry jams, and picking them at different times of the season changes the flavors. Using beet sugar instead of cane sugar changes the flavor. I find cane sugar goes better with strawberries and beet goes better with blackberries. Not just that but delaying berry processing also changes the flavor. And the flavor of the finished product also degrades over time. If I pick blackberries at the height of the season in the morning, then get them made into jam that day the flavor has a hint in it that is indescribable. But a year later, in the sealed jar, the flavor changes and is not so bright and sweet. The way it's processed and processing time itself also affects things. It's taken me years of doing this to turn out perfect finished jams. Of course, it's not possible to duplicate the flavor in commercial jams because they have constraints on processing that I don't.
Hershey, Neslie, Dove, and all of the rest of them have unique flavors that are different from each other and took those companies years of work to be able to duplicate repeatedly. A Hershey Bar you buy today tastes the same as one you buy 10 years from now and you can bet the company is doing a lot of mixing of coca from different producers and different milk suppliers to keep the flavor the same. And Hershey isn't even the best chocolate bar out there. These companies do this because when someone eats a Hershey Bar for the first time as a young kid, that flavor is stomped into their primitive brain and tied to that feeling of innocence and wonder they had as a child. So for the rest of their lives when they eat a Hershey Bar those feelings all come back. Hershey knows this which is why they keep the flavor the same.
Most people don't understand that they don't merely eat for energy they eat for comfort. For sure Ghana can produce high quality chocolate if it wants to, and over time can learn to mass produce it so the flavor of a particular chocolate bar from a Ghana producer will stay the same for decades. But until they can get one of their chocolate bars in the hands of a US consumer at age 3 eating his or her first chocolate bar – then all they can do is get an occasional sale in the US to someone curious about the flavor. The majority of American consumers will still grab for that Hersey Bar during an impulse buy – because of that tie from flavor to memory. The Ghana producer wanting to break into the market is going to have to be selling their bars in the US market for literally generations and probably making very little money (and losing money some years) to get that.
The Japanese have the patience to do this which is why the US produce market is flooded with Japanese apples today. But they were selling Japanese apples in the US for generations before enough people stopped buying those horrendous Red Delicious mealy disgusting things and switched over. Now, US apple producers are tearing out orchards and replanting to try catching up but it's going to be another 50 years before they do.
That is the key to breaking into any food market. Unfortunately, few people have the patience to do things like say "I'm starting a company selling chocolate bars and my entire life I'm going to be poor because sales will be dismal, but MAYBE my grandchildren if they keep my company going will be able to be fabulously wealthy." The Japanese that started Sonly corporation after WWII when Japan was destroyed by all the bombing understood this which is why Sony is massive today. If Ghanainas understand this they can win, too.
Cocaine?? Oh my bad, chocolate.
It's like us in the Philippines before we're one of countries Hershey's was buying cacao but we don't have famous chocolate brands it's only now one Filipino in Mindanao is making delicious chocolate bars
I hope China helps lift Africa out of poverty after all these years of exploitation by Europe!
The Ghanian government should force the foreign chocolate makers to establish factories in Ghana. So they'll produce enough for Ghana and Africa and export what they need to consume in Europe and america
Relationship or extortion 🤔
Because the ones who control the price are the importers from Europe. They better raise their prices since only a handful of countries supply cocoa to the rest of the world.
Does the Ghana chocolate bars even taste good?
My chocolate bar suddenly acquired some bitterness.
Do they ship to the United States?
The farmers have all the power in their hands
7:36 Video’s question answered.
In Africa cocoa is grown in Liberia,Sierra Leone,Ghana,Ivory Coast,Togo,Nigeria,Cameroon,Equatorial Guinea , Gabon and maybe in DRC.
Imagine what'd happen if countries stayed local and refused to export to these big companies
Only way is to buy the final product from their source and factory.
Because That's how capitalism work 😂
Good idea, hope it all works out! Maybe, need to look into artisan chocolate rather than competing with well established mass production brands that already have a market. Artisan chocolate could market based on the fact it's produced in Africa and introduce chocolate recipes that include African flavour influences.
At least the government is trying. Nigerian leaders are like the dumbest in the world
Why is Ghana not starting their own chocolat factories in the E.U and America?, its an big investement but eventually it will be pay off for sure, China doing that business for decades.
All these people only know to consume (
Business Insider should let outside people that might be able to help with the demand in dairy or sugar from other places in the world reach out , potentially helping them in getting partners we’re they can have a better and more reliable trade . Thus giving adequate exposure to the company and solving their problem in the process.
Maybe it can make white chocolates?
I guess, Indonesia, Ghana and other top Coca Bean producing countries can venture with countries like India or Australia where dairy industries are good. Plus having a large population especially in India can probably provide them better avenues in chocolate industry as well. It's a win win situation for everyone.
They need to just legalize cocaine so these poor farmers can make a decent wage man lmao
The answer: Colonialism!
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Yes ! it can be done in Ghana!
Why are you calling it decolonization, when you dont have the factories to process the raw product…Its something your government could invest in.
I don't get why they don't charge these greedy countries the money they deserve to be paid. After all, they wouldnt have the product if it was not for them. So either demand a price that properly pays you guys where you aren't living in poverty, or don't send them any cocoa at all!!
This channel is a lie Ghana is making its own choclate
Can’t wait to taste Niche’s chocolate and other Ghanian chocolate products one day. 🥰
We need to stop thinking these big companies have to sell all over the world. We need to start consuming local things that at the same will save so much carbon output from shipping stuff all over