Cocoa Abrabopa Association (CAA) has built strong partner relationships with major organisations. Some of those companies are based in Ghana, some abroad.


 Wienco (Ghana) Limited specialises in the import and distribution of high quality agro-inputs that meet international standards.

Ascot Amsterdam BV was established in 2012 and is the dedicated sales office of the 'cocoa for a better life' – associations in West Africa, currently Cocoa Abrabopa Association (Ghana, 2008) and Cocoa Lela Association (Liberia, 2011).



 Kumankoma Company Limited (KCL) is a Licensed Buying Company (LBC) that purchases the majority of the cocoa beans from Cocoa Abrabopa Accociation (CAA) members since October 2013.




Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG) is a division of the Ghana Cocoa Board and was set up in 1938 as the Central Cocoa Research Station of the Department of Agriculture of the Gold Coast. It undertakes research into all problems relating to the production, processing and utilization of cocoa and the other mandated crops (coffee, kola, shea nut and cashew). 

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