Niche Cocoa Bags Five Awards at 2019 Ghana Cocoa Awards
Managing Director, Edmund Poku, named Cocoa Entrepreneur of the year
Niche Cocoa Industry Limited, a Ghanaian-owned cocoa processing company, swept a record five (5) awards at the maiden Ghana Cocoa Awards held in Accra.
The company won the Cocoa processing Company of the year (Tertiary), Processing Company (Semi-finished), Chocolate Brand (Large scale) and Packaging innovation of the Year 2019.
The Managing Director of Niche Cocoa Industry, Edmund Poku, crowned the night’s showing for the company by annexing the coveted Cocoa Entrepreneur of the year award.
In a brief remark, Mr Edmund Poku was grateful to the organizers for recognizing his efforts over the years.
He said Niche Cocoa was poised to produce quality chocolates and cocoa products to feed the world’s confectionery market while maintaining the best industrial and safety practices.
Niche Cocoa Industry, Ltd. is the leading privately operated cocoa processing company in Ghana established in 2011.
The company produces high-quality semi-finished cocoa products to feed the world’s chocolate, ice cream and bakery markets.
Its products range from semi-finished products which include natural and deodorised cocoa butter, specialised cocoa liquor, and natural and alkalised cocoa powder.
With an installed capacity of 60,000 metric tons per year, coupled with its state-of-the-art facilities as well as quality control and strict adherence to HACCP and F55C22000 quality management standards, the safety and consistency of all products are assured.
Being the current largest fully integrated cocoa processor in Ghana, Niche Cocoa is well-positioned to tailor its products to the needs of customers around the world while adhering to Halal, Kosher, Fair Trade, Organic, FDA, Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) and UTZ certification requirements.
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