COCOBOD Spread Love To Travellers At KIA With Chocolates

On February 14, which is known as Chocolate Day in Ghana, the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) and the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) distributed made-in-Ghana chocolates to more than 1,000 passengers who arrived at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).

At terminal 3 of KIA, passengers arriving with Ethiopian Airlines, Emirates, Delta, Turkish Airlines, Kenya Airline, KLM, and British Airways received each a 100-gram bar of chocolate made by local Ghanaian chocolate processors.

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Similarly, at the domestic terminal, over 300 passengers from the Western, Northern, and Ashanti Regions who boarded domestic airlines such as Africa World Airlines and Passion Air were greeted with chocolate bars at the luggage claim points.

Ushers and the activation team entreated passengers to eat chocolate, stay healthy, and buy locally processed chocolate confections made by chocolatiers stationed in Chocolate City, a one-stop shop for chocolates and other cocoa-made products at the Tetteh-Quarshie interchange.

This year, as part of “Airport Activation,” the campaign to promote the health and nutritional benefits of chocolate consumption was strategically targeted at passengers at the airport.

It is anticipated that this move will significantly boost the country’s Gross Domestic Product, attract young people to cocoa-related businesses, boost tourism, and promote cocoa production.

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