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Top quality Belgian Chocolate made with
100% pure cocoa butter, free from GMO,
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Chocolate gift delivery to Ghana

Chocolate delivery to Ghana


  • Accra
  • Kumasi
  • Tamale
  • Sekondi-Takoradi
  • Ashaiman
  • Tema
  • Teshie
  • Cape Coast
  • Sekondi
  • Obuasi
  • Madina
  • Koforidua
  • Wa
  • Techiman
  • Nungua
  • Tema New Town
  • Sunyani
  • Ho
  • Bawku
  • Dome
  • Bolgatanga
  • Lashibi
  • Tafo
  • Gbawe
  • Agona Swedru
  • Ejura
  • Berekum
  • Taifa
  • Aflao
  • Nkawkaw
  • Oduponkpehe
  • Winneba
  • Akim Oda
  • Yendi
  • Hohoe
  • Adenta East
  • Mampong
  • Asamankese
  • Kintampo
  • Suhum
48h 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 48 hours.


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 Ghana are €42.96 including taxes.









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 Ghana


The consumption of chocolate in Ghana is not very widespread, yet the country is the world's second-largest producer of cocoa beans. If you want to send gourmet chocolates to the country, consider placing an order at Planète Chocolat's online store and requesting that the delivery service deliver to Ghana.


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Ghana: the second-largest cocoa producer in the world


The history of cocoa in Ghana begins with the arrival of the British who colonized the area, which was then nicknamed the Gold Coast. The English shaped the local economy by developing the cultivation of cocoa there starting in 1901. The cocoa tree had been first introduced to Ghana several years before in 1879, in a limited geographical area surrounding Accra. The industry grew exponentially up until 1938, benefitting from a fall in the price of palm oil, the rapid expansion of rubber exports and demographic pressure. During the 1930s, annual production reached 300,000 tons, 45% of production worldwide. A period of stagnation followed, lasting until 1964, before a collapse between 1965 and 1982. A drop in the price of cocoa and the arrival of new competitors such as Malaysia, IndonesiaBrazil and the Ivory Coast were the causes. The implementation of an economic stimulus allowed the industry to begin growing again and reach 900,000 tons in 2014.


Goal: become the no. 1 producer


In head-to-head competition with another African country, the Ivory Coast, Ghana wants to produce more than a million cocoa beans each year. Remember that Ghana held first place in worldwide production until 1978. At the end of 2014, the government had already announced a loan of 1.7 billion dollars whose goal was financing the purchase of the raw materials necessary for producing cocoa. The battle with the Ivory Coast over the cocoa bean will be a close one. 

Aside from these economic considerations, don't hesitate to head to Planète Chocolat's online store, choose your favorite products and request that the Belgian chocolate delivery service send them to Ghana.