Ghana: National Chocolate Day 2019 launched

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The Ghana Tourism Authority GTA) in partnership with the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) have launched this year’s National Chocolate Day.

Akwasi Agyeman , CEO, GTA

National Chocolate Day which falls on February 14 was instituted by the GTA in collaboration with Cocoa Processing Company, Ghana Cocoa Board and other stakeholders some years ago, to create awareness on the need for Ghanaians to patronise cocoa products and to help generate more revenue for national development.

Emmanuel A. Opoku, Deputy Chief Executive in Charge of Operations, COCOBOD

The 2019 National Chocolate Day is under the theme, “My Chocolate Experience,” which organisers are hoping will help drive the promotion of chocolate and the generic consumption of cocoa in Ghana and the rest of the world.

A section of participants at the launch

Activities for the celebration of the National Chocolate Day have begun with a digital campaign by the GTA.

Other activities include a health walk, chocolate funfair, and chocolate bash, among others.

Musician and Tourism Ambassador, Okyeame Kwame exchanging pleasantries at the launch of the National Chocolate Day 2109
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