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Or, a yummy way to help the West African cocoa farmer is to purchase chocolate from my company, Sweet Earth Organic Chocolates. Or, visit Splash Cafe, my sister's restaurant. Splash Cafe and its sister business, Splash Cafe Artisan Bakery donate at least $2500 every summer to Project Hope and Fairness and makes my trips possible.
Papaya grows on many cocoa farms. Edumfe, Ghana, 2003
Papaya, a treat for many cocoa farmers. Edumfe, Ghana, 2003.
Miracle fruit growing on the floor of the forest, Mamfe, Cameroon, 2004. If you nibble on the flesh, every food you eat tastes sweet for hours.
Common sight along streets of Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire: pineapple juice maker/vender. 2004.
Wild pineapples growing in a cocoa grove. Gonate, Cote d'Ivoire, 2004.
Cola nuts. Daloa, Cote d'Ivoire, 2004. These have no flavor other than bitterness. Cola beverages, although taking their name from the plant, contain no Kola nuts.
Plantains donated to us by the village of Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2008.