Exporting to France: Food & Beverages


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This presentation by Bureau Veritas Ghana will focus on export and certification procedures for Food & Beverages (from Ghana to France)

In 2019, Ghana exported a total of $2.88bn worth of foodstuffs (including but not limited to cocoa beans, powder and paste, processed fish, processed fruits and vegetables) as well as $701m worth of vegetable products (coconuts, brazil nuts, cashews, bananas, tropical fruits and dried fruits).

The EU and French market remains an attractive destination for Ghanaian exports, with many unexplored avenues to retail.

For more on export procedures, certification and regulation for factory owners, join the Ghana-France Business Club this Friday with the Ghana Export Promotion Authority, Association of Ghana Industries and Bureau Veritas for how to export processed fruits (dried and juices) onto the EU and French markets.

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