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Detail of remaining nibs after husks have been removed on June 18, 2019 at Moments Chocolate workplace in Accra. - After cocoa beans are peeled, they will be roasted again and ground before start the process of making the chocolate. Moments Chocolate is one of the 50 small chocolate producers in the country trying to compete in a market to recognise Ghana not only as cocoa producer but also as a chocolate producer. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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Workers at Moments Chocolate workplace remove husks from cocoa beans on June 18, 2019 in Accra. - Moments chocolate is one of the 50 small chocolate producers in the country. Ruth Amoah, the owner, started her chocolate company in 2015. Ghana, with Ivory Coast, is one of the 2 biggest high quality cocoa producers in the world but there is only 2 big factories producing chocolate. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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Ruth Amoah (R) and her workers at Moments Chocolate workplace remove husks from roasted cocoa beans on June 18, 2019. - Moments Chocolate is one of the 50 small chocolate producers in the country trying to compete in a market to recognise Ghana not only as cocoa producer but also as a chocolate producer. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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A Moments Chocolate's worker removes chocolate bars from molds at Moments workplace in Accra on June 18, 2019. - In Ghana there is around 50 small chocolate producers trying to compete in a market to recognise Ghana not only as high quality cocoa exporter but also as a chocolate producer. Moments Chocolate is one of the 50 small chocolate producers in the country trying to compete in a market to recognise Ghana not only as cocoa producer but also as a chocolate producer. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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Detail of a roasted cocoa bean during husk removing process at Moments Chocolate workplace on June 18, 2019 in Accra. - Moments is one of the 50 small chocolate producers in Ghana. Ruth Amoah started the chocolate company in 2015. In a week they produce around 4000 chocolate bars. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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Detail of some roasted cocoa beans on June 18, 2019 at Moments Chocolate workplace in Accra. - After the roasting process, husks are removed keeping only the nibs. Nibs are roasted and ground to start the complex process of making chocolate. In Ghana there are around 50 small chocolate producers, trying to compete in a market to recognise Ghana not only as cocoa exporter but also as a chocolate producer. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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A women roasts cocoa beans at Moments Chocolate workplace on June 18, 2019 in Accra. - In Ghana there are around 50 small chocolate producers, trying to compete in a market to recognise Ghana not only as cocoa exporter but also as a chocolate producer. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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Workers at Moments Chocolate workplace remove husks from cocoa beans on June 18, 2019 in Accra. - Moments chocolate is one of the 50 small chocolate producers in the country. Ruth Amoah, the owner, started her chocolate company in 2015. Ghana, with Ivory Coast, is one of the 2 biggest high quality cocoa producers in the world but there is only 2 big factories producing chocolate. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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Workers at Moments Chocolate workplace remove husks from cocoa beans on June 18, 2019 in Accra. - Moments chocolate is one of the 50 small chocolate producers in the country. Ruth Amoah, the owner, started her chocolate company in 2015. Ghana, with Ivory Coast, is one of the 2 biggest high quality cocoa producers in the world but there is only 2 big factories producing chocolate. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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Ruth Amoah at her workplace in Accra on June 18, 2019 checks if chocolate is ready to be removed from the mould. - Ruth Amoah came back from Britain in 2014, one year later she started her chocolate company. Today she has 8 workers and produce 4000 50 grams chocolate bars per week. Her company is one of the 50 small chocolate producer companies in the country. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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One of Ruth Amoah's worker removes husks from roasted bean cocoa at Moments Chocolate workplace on June 18, 2019 in Accra. - After removing husks, remaining nibs are roasted and ground to start the complex process of making chocolate. In Ghana there is around 50 small chocolate producers, trying to (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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A worker of Ruth Amoah pours liquid chocolate in a mould at Moments Chocolate workplace in Accra on June 18, 2019. - Moments chocolate is one of the 50 small chocolate producers in the country. Ghana, with Ivory Coast, is one of the 2 biggest high quality cocoa producers in the world but there are only 2 big factories producing chocolate in the country. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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A Moments Chocolate's worker wraps chocolate bars at Moments workplace on June 18, 2019 in Accra. - Moments Chocolate is one of the 50 small chocolate producers in the country trying to compete in a market to recognise Ghana not only as cocoa exporter but also as a chocolate producer. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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A worker of Ruth Amoah pours liquid chocolate in a mould at Moments Chocolate workplace in Accra on June 18, 2019. - Moments chocolate is one of the around 50 small chocolate producers in the country. Ghana, with Ivory Coast, is one of the 2 biggest high quality cocoa producers in the world but there are only 2 big factories producing chocolate in the country. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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A Moments's worker checks a chocolate filled mould before introduce it into the fridge at Moments workplace in Accra on June 18, 2019. - After few minutes on the fridge, chocolate bars are ready to be removed from the mould and be wrapped. In Ghana there are around 50 small chocolate producers trying to compete in a market to recognise Ghana not only as cocoa exporter but also as a chocolate exporter. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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Ruth Amoah, Moments Chocolate's owner, fills moulds with liquid chocolate at her workplace in Accra on June 18, 2019. - Ruth Amoah came back from Britain in 2014, one year later she started her chocolate company. Today she has around 8 workers and produce 4000 chocolate bars per week. Her company is one of the 50 small chocolate producer companies in the country. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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Ruth Amoah, Moments Chocolate's owner, fills moulds with liquid chocolate at her workplace in Accra on June 18, 2019. - Ruth Amoah came back from Britain in 2014, one year later she started her chocolate company. Today she has around 8 workers and produce 4000 chocolate bars per week. Her company is one of the 50 small chocolate producer companies in the country. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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View of some cocoa pots in a cocoa tree at Tetteh Quarshie cocoa farm in Mampong on June 14, 2019 in Eastern Region of Ghana. - Last week Ivory Coast and Ghana decided to rise the global price of the cocoa, setting the minimum price in $2600 per tonne. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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View of Mampong, in eastern region where Tetteh Quarshie and Jubilee cocoa farms are located on June 14, 2019. - Last week Ivory Coast and Ghana decided to rise the global price of the cocoa, setting the minimum price in $2600 per tonne. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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View of some cocoa pots in a cocoa tree at Tetteh Quarshie cocoa farm on June 14, 2019 in Mampong, eastern Ghana. - Last week Ivory Coast and Ghana decided to rise the global price of the cocoa, setting the minimum price in $2600 per tonne. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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View of some cocoa pots in a cocoa tree at Tetteh Quarshie cocoa farm in Mampon on June 14, 2019 in Eastern Region of Ghana. Last week Ivory Coast and Ghana decided to rise the global price of the cocoa, setting the minimum price in $2600 per tonne.View of Mampong, in eastern region where Tetteh Quarshie and Jubilee cocoa farms are located on June 14, 2019. - Last week Ivory Coast and Ghana decided to rise the global price of the cocoa, setting the minimum price in $2600 per tonne. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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View of a cocoa trees at Tetteh Quarshie cocoa farm on June 14, 2019 in Mampong, eastern Ghana. - Last week Ivory Coast and Ghana decided to rise the global price of the cocoa, setting the minimum price in $2600 per tonne. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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View of cocoa pots in a cocoa tree at Tetteh Quarshie cocoa farm on June 14, 2019, in Mampong, eastern Ghana. - Last week Ivory Coast and Ghana decided to rise the global price of the cocoa, setting the minimum price in $2600 per tonne. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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View of the oldest cocoa tree planted in Ghana in 1879 at Tetteh Quarshie cocoa farm in Mampon on June 14, 2019 in Eastern Region of Ghana. Last week Ivory Coast and Ghana decided to rise the global price of the cocoa, setting the minimum price in $2600 per tonne.View of Mampong, in eastern region where Tetteh Quarshie and Jubilee cocoa farms are located on June 14, 2019. - Last week Ivory Coast and Ghana decided to rise the global price of the cocoa, setting the minimum price in $2600 per tonne. (Photo by CRISTINA ALDEHUELA / AFP)
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