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Top quality Belgian Chocolate made with
100% pure cocoa butter, free from GMO,
preservatives and artificial colourings.


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Chocolate gift delivery to Liberia

Chocolate delivery to Liberia


  • Monrovia
  • Ganta
  • Buchanan
  • Gbarnga
  • Kakata
  • Voinjama
  • Zwedru
  • Harbel
  • Pleebo
  • Foya
  • Harper
  • Greenville
  • Tubmanburg
  • Sacleapea
  • Sanniquellie
  • Karnplay
  • River Gbeh
  • Zorzor
  • Bensonville
  • Robertsport
  • Fish Town
  • Bopolu
  • Barclayville
  • Cesstos City


72h Express delivery

Express delivery with DHL chocolate delivery

1/ Order before 2 pm.
2/ Your package will be shipped the same day.
3/ Delivery within 3 days.


When will my chocolate be delivered ?

Deliveries are sent to the address you have provided via DHL EXPRESS from Monday until Friday from 8 am to 6 pm.

How much are the delivery charges ?

Planète Chocolat offers you secure methods of payment. Our delivery charges for Liberia are €42.96 including tax.









Before 2 PM Shipped on the same day Shipped Monday
After 2 PM Shipped the next day Shipped Monday

Is delivery also possible on weekends or public holidays ?

Unfortunetly, no , DHL only delivers from Monday to Friday between 08:00 - 18:00 and does not work during public holidays.

Delivering chocolate to Liberia


Do you have loved ones or former colleagues who have gone to live in Liberia? If you would like to send them a gourmet gift as a thank you or simply to celebrate their birthday, think about having fine chocolate delivered. Don't hesitate to use our chocolate delivery service to Liberia

Belgian Pralines

Liberia: a minor producer of cocoa


When it comes to cocoa growing, the competition in West Africa is fierce. The top cocoa bean producers are the Ivory CoastGhanaNigeria and Cameroon respectively. The group of countries that follows includes Togo, Sierra Leone and Liberia. The Food and Agriculture Organization for the United Nations (FAO) estimates that Liberia's production of cocoa beans was 2,500 tons in 2004. FAO also claims that is would be difficult for Liberia to significantly increase its production since the areas suitable for cultivation are all already in use. Yet, it was in 1890, it was at the border between the Ivory Coast and Liberia that European colonists established the first cocoa plantations in West Africa. Liberia's cocoa-growing areas are spread out next to the three borders of the Ivory Coast to the east, Guinea to the north and Sierra Leone to the west.


Current projects for reviving the cocoa industry


Decolonization and ongoing disorganization of the state administration have prevented any rapid expansion of the cocoa industry. Over the last few years, several attempts have been made to increase national production. The projects were aimed at helping growers gain access to financing in order to improve input, technology and materials. One of the projects focused more specifically on 3 cantons out of the 15 that make up LiberiaBongNimba, and Grand Gedeh. In the end, in 2014, there are close to 500 producers who have been identified and and 370 hectares of plantations which have been identified and geolocated to receive financing.