Lotte Confectionery’s Ghana Chocolate
Lotte Confectionery’s Ghana Chocolate

Ghana chocolate is a popular product in both Japan and South Korea, proudly standing as Lotte Confectionery`s signature chocolate bar. Founded by Shin Kyuk-Ho in 1948, Lotte Confectionery began as a modest candy and chewing gum manufacturer. Over time, it underwent substantial expansion and has since evolved into one of Asia’s foremost confectionery giants.

The company now competes on a global scale, even rivaling the renowned Swiss and Belgian chocolate brands.

The chocolate bar is manufactured by the Korean company Lotte Confectionery since 1964 and in South Korea since 1975. The name of the chocolate bar is a homage to the country Ghana, one of the world’s largest exporters of cocoa beans from which chocolate is made.

Ghana chocolate is known for its creamy texture and is wrapped in red, black, white, and beige colors. The chocolate bar has several kinds of chocolate, including Ghana cacao milk chocolate, Ghana black excellent, Ghana excellent bite-size, and Ghana black.

Lotte Confectionery’s Ghana chocolate is one of the best in Asia and has been continuously loved by the public for over 40 years. The Ghana chocolate bar is Lotte’s signature chocolate and distinguishes itself from the rest with its logo using big golden letters.

The chocolate bar is wrapped in aluminum foil to preserve the chocolate bar and protect it from the elements. It is then encased in a box, which maintains the shape of the bar.

The video provided below showcases the Ghana Chocolate bar elegantly adorned in a vibrant red wrapping

Sales of Lotte Confectionery’s Ghana chocolate surged after the South Korean men’s national football team joined the round of 16 at the Qatar World Cup with the help of Ghana losing to Uruguay by only two goals. According to industry sources, sales of Ghana chocolate products rose by 46.5 percent at GS25 convenience stores and 32.7 percent at CU convenience stores. Ghana chocolate sales also surged 32.7 percent at another store.

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In conclusion, Ghana chocolate is a popular and well-known product in both Japan and South Korea. The chocolate bar is Lotte Confectionery’s signature chocolate and has been continuously loved by the public for over 40 years. The chocolate bar is wrapped in aluminum foil to preserve the chocolate bar and protect it from the elements.

Sales of Ghana chocolate surged after the South Korean men’s national football team joined the round of 16 at the Qatar World Cup with the help of Ghana losing to Uruguay by only two goals.

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