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Kuapa Kokoo village warehouse with scale. 2003.
Kuapa Kokoo village warehouse with sorting table. 2003.
Kuapa Kokoo Truck, 2003.
Kuapa Kokoo Truck, Loaded, 2003.
Kuapa Kokoo Warehouse, Accra, Ghana, 2007. This is the warehouse throough which ALL KK Fair Trade cocoa beans pass.
Gassing beans that have an unacceptable level of insect presence. The official did not know what gas was being used. Accra, Ghana, 2007.
Society shed in a town near Kumasi, Ghana. Kuapa Kokoo refers to the village-based warehouses as "society sheds", as a society is the village based KK organization. 2007.
Meeting with Nicholas Agyei-Gyan at Kuapa Kokoo, Kumasi, Ghana. 2007. Photo by Stan Thompson
Example of excellent wood-carving industry in Ghana. Doors at Kuapa Kokoo, Kumasi, Ghana, 2007. Photo by Stan Thompson