The cocoa industry is the most unbalanced and also the most archaic, displaying the worst performance in terms of yield growth/HA among all major categories of commodities. Such low productivity is mainly due to the total absence of innovation, lack of integration of a scientific approach, inadequate horticultural practices coupled with unprofessional management.

Faced with the above stated situation with a real lack of standards, KKO International relies on best-of-breed agronomy and CSR practices to become a leader on the market.

The company has set itself the objective of implementing a cocoa production protocol that is focused on improving productivity in terms of yield per HA by concentrating on augmenting the yield in KG per tree. The objective is to produce 2/4 tonnes/hectare per year with innovative agronomic protocols and propose a sustainable model from the point of view of governance, environment and community.