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Post forecasts Ghana's cocoa bean production in MY 2011/12 at 1.0 million MT. In 2010/11, Ghana
cocoa exports reached a record high of 1,004,000 MT, which is 35.7 percent higher than the last fullyear
record of 740,000 MT, hit in the 2005-06 season. Ghana continues to maintain its position as the
world’s second largest exporter of cocoa after Ivory Coast.
The main importers of Ghana cocoa beans and products are the USA, European Union, Asia (Japan,
China, India), Brazil and South Africa. In MY 2010 U.S.A. imports of cocoa beans from Ghana was a
record value at $95.6 million up from $55.2 million in 2009. Additionally, Ghana’s exports of cocoa
butter and paste to the U.S.A. increased from $32 million in 2009 to a record value of $86.2 million in
2010, probably due to quality cocoa products produced in Ghana

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Post forecasts Ghana's cocoa bean production in MY 2011/12 at 1.0 million MT. In 2010/11, Ghana
cocoa exports reached a record high of 1,004,000 MT, which is 35.7 percent higher than the last fullyear
record of 740,000 MT, hit in the 2005-06 season. Ghana continues to maintain its position as the
world’s second largest exporter of cocoa after Ivory Coast.
The main importers of Ghana cocoa beans and products are the USA, European Union, Asia (Japan,
China, India), Brazil and South Africa. In MY 2010 U.S.A. imports of cocoa beans from Ghana was a
record value at $95.6 million up from $55.2 million in 2009. Additionally, Ghana’s exports of cocoa
butter and paste to the U.S.A. increased from $32 million in 2009 to a record value of $86.2 million in
2010, probably due to quality cocoa products produced in Ghana

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