Starting a Cocoa Farm

The crop cocoa is produced in tropical areas that have been far and wide acknowledged as the beverage pick even prior to the discovery of coffee and tea. Cocoa being an essential requisite in the confectionery trade is a good item to grow business with.

These are some of the easy-to-follow steps to start on with your cocoa farm industry.

The commercial agriculture of cocoa is a trade that is now being widely considered due to the magnitude of this crop’s produce to the confectionery industry as well as to other food areas. Globally, it is an item that is largely consumed. This is the prime reason that the business for cocoa farming is being boosted up.

Starting a Cocoa Farm

In starting a cocoa plantation, an assortment of factors have to be considered such as the climate of the locality, average rainfall per millimeter, temperature, humidity, and type of soil, and the proper selection of planting material. Potting mixture and type of sowing have to be well-thought-out as well. Plus the propagation and the cocoa plant’s aftercare.

Rainfall could actually be supplemented with modern irrigation in cases of parched months. However, it is of vital necessity that rain must be present at one thousand two hundred and fifty to three thousand millimeters per annum. The dried-up period must not be further than three months. The favorable temperature could vary between thirty to thirty-two degrees Celsius. Humidity has to be taken into consideration too due to the fact that over humidified areas may help the spread of fungal diseases that may alter the growth of the cocoa crop and the storage and drying of it could be at risk also. Cocoa trees are further susceptible than other tropical crops to moisture stress. A variety of soil types could be favorable to the cocoa plant. The soil ought to be such as allowing uncomplicated access of roots able of retaining dampness during summers. Clay loams and sandy loams are also appropriate.

In the assortment of the proper planting material, cocoa can be propagated all the way through seeds or by vegetative manner. Meant for raising seedlings, seeds of grown-up pods are taken from lofty yielding mother plants which should generate one hundred pods per year. Subsequent to seven days of harvest, naturally, the seeds lose their viability. Proper storage is the key to avoid this from happening. The potting mixture and type of sowing must consist of farmyard manure, sand, and soil in identical magnitude to propagate the cocoa seedlings. Remember that the best time to sow seeds in the nursery is during the month of December to January. On the other hand, vegetative breeding is a hefty scale of production of superior planting material in the course of budding and grafting.


  • Sunday M Shelleng said on January 13, 2011
    My name is Sunday Shelleng, I am from Abuja,the capital city of Nigeria. I have interest in Cocoa plantation and I want it here in my country, Nigeria is blessed with abundant rainfall and wonderful sunshine through the years, I believe with the climate around Nigeria it is possible to have Cocoa plantation. FCT, Abuja. Nigeria
  • eddie said on February 18, 2011
    San Garman, Puerto Rico. I want to start a Cocoa farm, please help me to start one soon.
  • Jaseer said on March 5, 2011
    I am residing in Dubai, UAE. I'm interested in Cocoa business and for that i'm interested in doing cultivation. Which is the best place to cultivate cocoa plant? If i want to take cocoa from any cultivators from where I have to take? Whats the price for cocoa?
  • Akintunde Akinyemi said on March 30, 2011
    i reside in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. i intend to start cocoa farming, but am a geologist by profession. i will be glad if you organization can be of help to me. looking forward to hear from your organization. Regards Akin.
  • Dorothy Laurent said on April 12, 2011
    we have 100.acres of land of which 60% is cocoa beans in Dame Marie Haiti we are approaching the season we need money to buy or technical assistance we are already able to ship all we need is a partner with money
  • adimabua oseafiana said on May 14, 2011
    am from aniocha north in delta state. I intend starting a cocoa farm but dont know how pls help me.
  • REMEN NYANGE said on June 21, 2011
    I am Remen Nyange form Morogoro Tanzania, Morogoro Ifakara is an area very ideal for cocoa cultivation. Cocoa has being produced here for decades now by very few farmers till recently years, the cocoa here have very unique flavor. we have acquire 400 acres of land and 50 acres has already be planted with cocoa . We are looking for agro partner for massive expansion of project. tel contact Plus 255 683834182 or plus 717482297
  • otilia maphongo said on August 3, 2011
    i am Otilia Maphongo from Botswana, i have 16 hectares of land and i would like to start cocoa planting in Mooke fields, central district.
  • tracy jones said on August 26, 2011
    Have land in Hawaii I want to start a cocoa farm..looking for help.
  • tajudeen shittu said on November 22, 2011
    thanks fellow business cocoa farmers my Name is Tajudeen shittu from nigeria from west part of the county where cocoa plantation had been the main source of income before discover oil and it has been abandon we need agro grants or partners to re-activate back cocoa farms and re plant new ones. i can be contact at 2348061627047,2347044404283
  • mbonde wiliam said on January 10, 2012
    recently from research that i carried out on cocoa i decided to invest in cocoa cultivation i already have a nursery of about 150 seeds i live in buea on the slopes of mount cameroon my target is to have at least 10hec in the next two year. i have enough land for this project i will need your advise.
  • mbarak said on February 16, 2012
    I am living in Tanzania in Kilimanjaro region at Hai distric, I want to start a cocoa farming, I need assistance on how to grow it. My mobile number +255655140140 +255786140140
  • GANESH said on March 16, 2012
    I would like to start the coco plantation in Tamilnadu, looking for a foreign investor on long term business relationship basis. My mobile number is +91-9092010555
  • charles Acha said on March 24, 2012
    I need some foreign partner for cocoa transaction, I am a farmer I produce a good quantity of tonage each year,
  • James expert adviser said on March 25, 2012

    @charles Acha, try some of these sites to find some buyers.

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  • Jose Rosales said on April 1, 2012
    Interested in doing a joint venture in Honduras to start a cocoa farm. Have ideal land, logistics and installations on site and need financing on long term basis and appropriate terms for these kind of venture. Ideal situation would be to plant our farm and then reach agreement with small farmers to make them plant and buy their production in order to reach a large volume of production and create a cocoa cluster in the zone. The farm is an area that was formerly rain forest and is now full of pastures, so cocoa farming will reverse to some extent this situation and create a new source of income for the rural population.
  • Kehinde Olofin said on May 12, 2012
    Good day, my name is Kehinde olofin. i reside in Abuja and also work in Kontagora in Niger state. I'm really interested in starting a cocoa business but dont know how to go about it. kindly advice and help. look forward to hearing from you. I can be reached on +2348035973996. Thank you.
  • adegboyega rasak a said on June 23, 2012
    my name is adegboyega rasak. Am interested in cocoa farming but i don't know 5w's to start the business. I have acquired 3hectares of land to start with I live in Ibadan oyo state Nigeria. tel no +2348097897868. Thanks
  • adeojo olaide j said on June 25, 2012
    i'm adeojo olaide from Ibadan Nigeria. i'm a cocoa farmer in Ondo state wt help of God i acquire 3 acre of cocoa farm. av gotten another 12 acre in which av not start plant cocoa on it. as soon as i start next year i will contact your organization for advice and assistant. thanks
  • Mark Baravelli said on July 12, 2012
    Charles Acha - We would be interested in cocoa beans. First shipment of 25 kilo by air and further shipments of 500 kilo at a time once shipment is proved satisfactory. Do you have any details on type etc. Look forward to hearing from you. Mark Baravelli, Baravelli's
  • Daniel Dayu said on August 21, 2012
    I am from Jos, plateau, Nigeria I am interested to start cocoa farming. I dont have idea please can someone?
  • sarah said on August 23, 2012
    I'm thinking to research the first cocoa plantation in Egypt. I'm not a farmer and with very little knowledge about the cocoa tree. Is it possible in Egypt or are the winters too harsh?
  • floriemay gaano said on August 31, 2012
    farm business for cocoa plantation. ortega in apayao
  • Cratos Iscus said on September 1, 2012
    Hello @adeojo olaide j, kindly contact me via email( , i would like to discuss possible expansion with you. Cratos
  • Solomon said on September 4, 2012
    I am very interested in Cocoa Farming and am ever ready to start.. AM in Ghana and there are so many wonderful places i could start it at.. I just need some advice and help
  • jude said on September 13, 2012
    i have access to a 25 acre cocoa farm with intentions of investing in the cocoa business, improving upon current farming methods for quality and quantity yields. i would very much like ur assistance in this respect.
  • Samuel Gaisie said on September 28, 2012
    I am Gaisie Samuel from ASSIN FOSU, NEAR CAPE COAST, CENTRAL REGION OF GHANA. I entered into a cocoa farm two years ago. I have plants three acres of cocoa but luck of rain has destroyed all the farm. I need help to buy pumping machine and tubes to help me water my farm else all my effort will go waste. I need your assistance.
  • awe rotimi said on October 22, 2012
    hi, my name is Awe Rotimi, i live in Lagos, Nigeria. After my first degree in mechanical Engineering, i kept on looking for job up and down but cannot get one. And i come to conclusion, I want to farm, and i want do Coca farming, i just need help as where to start, how to start, and what to do and others. Because i have resolved to farm. I am an indigene of Ondo state. Thanks my number. 08084246180
  • Raul Villarreal said on October 26, 2012
    @Jose Rosales, I am not presently in a position to invest in cocoa farming in Honduras but would like to discuss some topics related to cocoa farming. Would it be possible to contact you either via phone or skype?
  • Elisante Sima said on December 19, 2012
    I'm a tanzanian interested to engage in cocoa farming. please tip me on how to work on it
  • Haruna Akeem said on December 19, 2012
    I'm from Oyo state Nigeria, am interested in having my own cocoa plantation and I want tips on how to go about it from nursery stage to plantation.
  • adegbaju semiu said on December 26, 2012
    Pls i wish to learn more about cocoa farming and other lucrative agric businesses. tnks
  • cocoasac freddy said on December 28, 2012
    if you are interested in cocoa business kindly contact us or +2348071315117
  • Lexanne said on January 7, 2013
    People in Australia are growing cocoa in the Daintree. If one is interested in giving this a go what is the first step in finding out how?
  • tochukwu said on January 16, 2013
    hello people i have for cocoa sell if you are interest to buy or any connect of buyer pls cal with dis nunber 08176071714 and my country is nigeria, live in lagos
  • olayiwola sunday olufemi said on January 24, 2013
    i am from oyo state western part of nigeria i am interested in cocoa farming i need your help on how to go about it thanks
  • Toyin koleosho said on January 29, 2013
    Am from ofada-owode Ogun in Nigeria. long lost business is cocoa plantation which needs to be re-awaking. I'm so much interested in cocoa business. please i need your assistance
  • MOTUNRAYO said on February 3, 2013
    My Business location, City: Ibadan, State: Oyo State, Country: Nigeria. i will appreciate it if your organisation can help with ideas on how to start and tell me the best soil for its plantation. Thanks
  • Soyinka Ibukunoluwa said on February 5, 2013
    Good day i am interested in starting a cocoa business i'd appreciate it if i could be briefed on how to go about it. Ikotun, Lagos, Nigeria.
  • Adekunle Olufemi said on February 6, 2013
    I have developed interest in planting cocoa tree farm from teenager stage and the interest still grow in me now. I have some knowledge about it but i want further knowledge in more advance technological method to simplify it to comprehend it well. I live in Sango Ota, Ogun, NIGERIA.
  • Omar Bilal said on February 13, 2013
    My name is omar and from Tanzania a just purchase 20 acre in songea region will i be able to grow cocoa on that area if the answer is yes would you give me an aide where to start.
  • Ivelisse Gomez said on February 17, 2013
    I have a 24 acres farm in the center of the islan. San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico and would like to start a Cocoa farm. I need all the help and orientation I can get. Thanks, IG
  • Sarah S said on February 21, 2013
    I am currently living in the USA, but want learn cocoa farming. I am interested in living and working on a farm.
  • Sarah S said on February 21, 2013
    @tracy jones interested in helping out in Hawaii
  • justice djan said on March 18, 2013
    i am in ghana i just start a cocoa farm i need a partner to come and invest and share profit as well. thank number is 0540542759 call let share ideas
  • Wilson said on March 23, 2013
    I am in the US and currently working with the federal Government. I am interested in cocoa or banana plantation farming. I had recently purchase a land in Cameroon. Am looking for some technical ideas/consulting on that. Any interested person with technical knowledge and logistics, should contact me either through email for more information. Please do include your phone number because i'll verify your identity before responding. My contact details will also be provided for serious partners. Thanks Wilson
  • wauters guy said on April 4, 2013
    i am interested to buy cocao products. please contact me with your offers, thanks regards, Guy Wauters ( - from Belgium)
  • Gareth said on April 22, 2013
    I am interested in investing in and/or owning a Cocoa plantation in Ghana. If you know of any sizable plantations that are for sale or if you are interested in doing anything jointly then please forward me the relevant details and contact information. I live in the UK and will be coming to Ghana later in the year to look at and assess the various opportunities and move things forward. Many thanks, Gareth (e-mail:
  • MBACHU said on April 26, 2013
  • Ben Kemp said on May 7, 2013
    We are planning to start a cocoa farm in Honduras. We need help on how to proceed. I also like to know the statistics on Cocoa on Honduras. For instance what the number of Kg per hectare of cocoa. Thank you. (e-mail:
  • John Anayo said on May 22, 2013
    Pls, how long does it takes a cocoa beans to produce in Nigeria? From Enugu, Nigeria.
  • Jose Armijos said on June 4, 2013
    Hi, i'm from Ecuador, this produces the best cocoa in the world, i am interested in starting a cocoa export business. We could work in a global network of contacts and business partners together, if you're interested, here is my mail. Thanks!
  • Eric said on June 10, 2013
    We have a very large Cocoa farm in Cameroon and looking for Experts or agric consultants to work with. i will drop my email
  • BOBADE BAMIDELE said on June 13, 2013
    hello i would love to have my own cocoa farm land here in nigeria precisely ondo state,and i would luv if u could provide me with some materials like books or anything that could brighten my knowledge about cocoa
  • glyna campugan said on July 18, 2013
    Tinghub, Villaba Leyte, Philippines, we have few cocoa plant but we have problem i think it is fungus in the tree and in the fruits, its a waste since the fruits are big but will just full out from the branch, me. Glyna Campugan
  • gowthaman said on July 24, 2013
    i am B.Sc horticulture completed from annamalai university job searching now
  • Wilfred okwedi said on July 31, 2013
    Ibadan Oyo state Nigeria. Please i need step by step guide on how to start cocoa farming.
  • sara dike said on August 23, 2013
    dear sir i am from imo state of nigeria & do you think cocoa plantation could be climate favorable & what other factors do i have to consider sir?
  • TASSI FREDERICK TEKENE said on September 5, 2013
    I AM A CAMEROONIAN WITH A Bcs.Degree in Zoology from the University of Buea. i have the aim of establishing a cocoa farm in Kumba(ekombe 3-corners). so i will please need a step bu step guide on how to go about it.
  • Robert Amponsah said on September 22, 2013
    I have just bought a six acres of land in ghana in the cocoa producing area in the eastern region near asamankese and would like to undertake cultivation of cocoa. Please can you advise me on essential things to carry on. How many trees can i plant on an acre and at what dimensions, please need your advise.
  • Jeanette Clabassi said on October 8, 2013
    I require step by step guide on how to start cocoa farming. and how to go about purchasing a farm
  • Deepak said on October 8, 2013
    I want to start Cocoa Farm at a small scale first and eventually grow the same in India. Please guide.
  • Elijah Ibrahim said on November 7, 2013
    I'm from oyo state of nigeria, am working with an oganization right now but am ready to start my own bissness and I'm interested in cocoa farming Please i need step by step guide on how to start cocoa farming. Please your kind respond we be highly appreciated thanks.
  • Frimpong ofori simon said on November 14, 2013
    Am an up and coming entreprenure who want s to do cocoa farming please help me
  • Pilot Ramson said on November 21, 2013
    Am Pilot Ramson from Mbeya - Tanzania, i want to start cocoa farm please guide me.
  • Enefiok said on January 11, 2014
    Am interested in cocoa farming . Please I need a detail information on how to farm and the marketing aspect of the business. Thank u
  • Adam D said on February 14, 2014
    Cocoa farm in Ivory Coast, 200 Hectares or 495 acres available for farming. (Joint Venture) great income for retirement, production in 18 months and produce up to 2.3 tonnes for 35years per Hectare or 440 Tonnes per year at $2 per kilogram. Total Income = 440 tonnes x 1000 = 440,000kg x $2 per kilogram at = $880,000 per year. Prices very stable, very low investment and demand increasing every year. Contact me at for more info on this Cocoa farm.
  • Tayo said on March 18, 2014
    Am from ibadan in nigeria, presently am workin on 3 acres of land with the aim of planting cocoa but for now i don't know where to get the pod av been to crin but they don't have, anybody that can help pls contact me +2348182176071, Thanks
  • Chandrasekran said on March 20, 2014
    We have huge land i.e. 2,500 acres & 7,500 acres for agriculture and also cacau plantation. Looking for Joint Venture partners with fund. You will be the project owner Keen contact me at Mobile: +6010-8102757
  • patrick persijn beginner adviser said on April 14, 2014
    Hi, we have sprouting cocoa seeds for sale. Let me know, if you are interested. We also do consultation for cacao farm projects. Kind regards, Patrick Persijn, OrchidsAsia Europe T:+380663675133, || Consultant

  • Mboh constantine said on April 15, 2014
    i am a Cameroonian and produced cocoa and coffee now wish to sale my products abroad at a lower rate as the case may be. thank, your sincerely, mboh constantine, 23774021929
  • Mboh constantine said on April 15, 2014
    ready to supply products.
  • okeze nelson said on June 20, 2014
    am Nelson by name making preparation on how to start up a cocoa farming system. please friends where can I get the seedlings and the cost of it. please call me on 08164931506 Thank alot
  • brad lloyd said on June 26, 2014
    Am a 40 yrs old plant scientist trained in America am currently working on cocoa plant. I can be hired as an expert to any place or any country. I can help you realize your dream of owning a large cocoa farm as am currently working on a young cocoa plantation in ogun state Nigeria. Reach me on my Nigeria line. 08065051401
  • Fabio said on July 5, 2014
    Dear all, I am a young italian guy looking to partner with african cocoa farmers. I have a very clear project in my mind and I would like to develop it in Africa, as part of a community. My aim is to get in touch with some small scale farmer and grow together. Looking to make a joint venture and move to Africa with my wife. Please, write me an email and we can have a chat and understand if we share the same goals. Looking forward to hearing from you, Warm regards, Fabio
  • Riyaad said on July 12, 2014
    I want to start a cocoa farm in South Africa....How does one do such a thing. i know the right climate....but i think i'm cool ...#stopchildrenslavery
  • James Kamomonga said on July 19, 2014
    For any person who is interested in partnership or joint venture on cocoa you are well come to Tanzania! I have 200 acres in suitable area for cocoa but I dont have working capital!
  • KOJO AMIN said on July 29, 2014
    i have access to acres of land for cocoa production at assin fosu, in ghana. There are already cocoa plants on the land but looking to expand production and possibly become the largest in production in that area. I dont have the capital to really expand production hence anyone interested in partnership or joint venture in cocoa production should contact me or come to Ghana and locate me for a meeting on how to proceed. I recently returned from the United States and currently pursuing a degree programme at the university of Ghana.
  • Bill said on August 8, 2014
    If anybody is interested in developing cocoa farms in Cameroon then feel free to contact me on Skype @ billiecmr. We have available land for development.
  • peter said on August 12, 2014
    Hi @Kojo Amin, send a mail to me. Perhaps we can come together. Greetings Peter
  • Jesus said on August 18, 2014
    Hi I have a cocoa farm in brazil and I need help running and producing, it has already about 2000 and lots of cocoa Help!!
  • Rosa said on August 18, 2014
    Interested in starting my own cocoa farm in Ecuador. Please help. Any information will be helpful. If you live in Ecuador and are interested of being part of this adventure please contact me at
  • Gregory said on August 27, 2014
    Interested to assisting interested land owners to develop plantations in cocoa and other agro. in Central and South America countries. contact me to assist and provide financial plan and capital. Gregory email
  • ADEFEMI JULIOUS said on August 31, 2014
    Cocoa business is awaiting you at makinde cocoa establishment where thousands of tonnes a produce per year you can be a bulk buyer, partner, makinde cocoa establishment is the best around the south-south origin in Nigeria, we produce the best and a well-trained employee in agricultural science. We ensure that our cocoa beans a weight a fresh, be a partner from anywhere makinde is ready to accept, bulk buy most wanted in outside Nigeria, Makinde cocoa farm is located in fari forest ogun state for more information’s email MR. ADEFEMI JULIOUS at him is going to furnish you the own info. Come let make cocoa the best and the best business THANKS.
  • Mircaella F. Johnson said on September 1, 2014
    I am located in Zamboanga Sibugay, Philippines. I have organized our farmers to cooperatives and we are looking for interested organizations to help us start the first organized "QUALITY & SUSTAINABLE" Cocoa Business in the Philippines. The land area we can plant cocoa is a total of 24,000 hectares organized. Please email me if you are interested to venture with our communities. Our goal is to provide employment and develop our communities to "SUSTAINABILITY." I hope to hear from someone out there who can help change the lives of our poor farmers. May God bless :) PLEASE EMAIL ME.
  • olomola victor temitope said on September 1, 2014
    Am temitope, nigerian, am having some lands that I want to use for the production of cocoa plantation but I don't know how am going to start. I know its a profitable business but I don't know how to start it. Pls guide me
  • ADEFEMI JULIUS said on September 24, 2014
    Cocoa is the best business and lucrative business in most country, why can’t we join hands together to support makinde cocoa establishment you can be a partner here is the time, a bulk buyer here is the time, makinde Is among the best cocoa farms in south-south origin, we produce well weighted, fresh cocoa beans. Our head office is located in Edo state of Nigeria if you are interested in partner with us or a bulk buyer contact MR.ADEFEMI JULIOUS (manager) at or MR. MAKINDE KENNETH (MD) at
  • EYONG BESSEM K said on October 5, 2014
    I'm call eyong bessem k, from mamfe, cameroon. mamfe is an area very ideal for cocoa cultivation and also blessed with abundant rainfall & sunshine. i have 50 hectares of farmland 2 of which have been under cultivation for years. so therefore, due to lack of finance to developed remain hectares, i am looking for foreign investor or joint venture partners. anybody interested should email me on or contact me at +23775731706 or +23772756422 thanks
  • EYONG BESSEM K said on October 5, 2014
    2 hectares of farmland have been under cocoa cultivation for years with a lot of good harvest. plz waiting for interested persons
  • Francis Joseph said on October 12, 2014
    Am a nigeria interested in cocoa farming, am searching for a cocoa farm Land owner or family to partner with from ondo state or ogun state, if you are interested kindly contact me ASAP for pre-introduction. phone number:+41-779885193 or tel: +33-758736513
  • kim russell said on October 26, 2014
    We have a small cocoa estate in Grenada, West Indies producing some of the finest cocoa in the world...fermentation and drying sheds large enough to handle 20000 lbs weekly...lovely house and two other cottages....all one minute from Caribbean...Due to age and health we have decided to sell the
  • ojubulu inaikedi said on October 28, 2014
    I am also interested in cocoa farming, land may noy necessarily be an issue, my issue is where can I get trained before I start
  • Etienne Jacob said on November 8, 2014
    Old white, owner of 2,5 ha cacao old plantation. I started to reingeneer it last year to use chemicals, fertilizer, to prune strong and correctly,to cut old trees and replace it by hybrids, to plant pseudobananas Casava and coconut as shadow-giver and to increase the treatment proposed by Cacao+Coffee board 30%. Still now, i feel we succeed: Blackpods are less, harvest grows from zero to 12 backs. We dry by sun and if it needs electrically. We store not 4 but 5-6 days in bags before drying. Our last goal is to make essential cacao oil for export
  • Kishore Musale said on November 17, 2014
    I am seriously interested in wanting to own part of a cocoa farming future. My interest is to partner with an ethical small group who aspires to be a large Cocoa producer in Ghana. Please send me proposal and a plan of present activities including you last years audited balance sheet. If I am interested I will engage an accounting firm to it investigate the firm and have an adviser for the project based in Ghana. So only serious large progressive growers apply. Thanks, Kishore
  • Leonardo Armijos said on November 18, 2014
    Hi to all cocoa investors. My name is Leonardo Armijos, 35 y.o I am from Ecuador, where is grown one of the best quality of cocoa beans. I have currently 10 ha. of farm by the coast of Ecuador, in Esmeraldas to be exactly, the farm now is full of different plants and trees, which doesn't bring me incomes at all, so after I have worked, read and assisted to seminaries about the cocoa business, I am really interested in get into the business for my own, but for that I need help.

    I am looking for a great investor who wants to borrow me money or want to invest money on my farm to grow cacao and export, we together could do a lot. I got the farm and the knowledge about cocoa farming and you out there has the money and the contact where to sell it directly, so I do believe that is a good combination to succeed. We could grow even more as there are small farmers around that are selling their cocoa beans quite far from their location, so we could take all of them to reach big quantity. Looking forward to a great visionary investor. Greetings. Leo, Contact me: can give my phone after mail.
  • LAURENCE MARMARA said on December 14, 2014
  • ERIC GINTAR KONGOR said on December 18, 2014
    i have good seeds for cocoam(20,000 hybrids). i am located in cameroon,
  • Enoch Chinwendu said on December 19, 2014
    Hello all, after a lot of research at the south eastern part of Nigeria, i discover that cocoa is no were to be found that much, and there is 100% rain fall and good soil which is good for the production of cocoa and i want to go in for the business, but no capital and also i want to ask if #200,000 can start a cocoa business, please i need your help and investors my make my dream of becoming the best cocoa and coffee producer in the south east and in Nigeria as whole. Here u can reach me 2349037510030,
  • David Sewell said on December 21, 2014
    We are in the turnkey specialty coffee business, from "seed to cup", and are located in PANAMA. We are interested in adding to our business by diversifying into cacao, also on a turnkey basis, from "bean to bar". Our business model is "sustainable income from offshore sustainable agriculture". We believe in all 3 pillars of sustainability: environmentally, economically and socially. We rehire farm workers on farms we acquire and provide living wages, medical and pension benefits and a real profit-sharing bonus pool for all farm workers. Our goal is to help eradicate child labor. We are a small entrepreneurial firm specializing in private equity with access to capital from individual investors internationally. We have financed $7 million USD of coffee farm acquisitions/operations in Colombia and Panama in the past 2 years. DOES ANYONE HAVE CACAO FARMS FOR SALE? Our primary focus for now is Central America, particularly Belize, Nicaragua and Panama. Please email
  • TERENCE A said on January 9, 2015
    HELLO, MR LAURENCE MARMARA is a pleasure to hear that you have been a great genius in the field of cocoa.if i got people like you all around the world then i think we can be proud of our product cocoa. i am the commercial manager of TLTD. an NGO dealing in the growth and cultivation of cocoa. our nursery for 2014/2015 was set up in October and we got 3,000,000 seedlings. SO if you are interested in buying any of the seedlings you can contact the company sales manager via E or through mobile 00237 696473811. Hope you will come to enjoy from our services.remember your success is our concern.


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