Our Partners

New Tafo Cocoa Products (UK) is committed to conducting business with the highest ethical standards. Maintaining these standards has never been more important than in today’s global business climate. 
In Business it's about people. Its about relationships. If you believe business is built on relationships, make building them your business. People do business with people because they choose to, not because they have to. We can always find people doing the same thing or selling the same product, it's the personal connection that makes the difference. In Business, opportunities increase when you help others win. A little win for a partner, is a little win for you.
Partner with us
The cocoa industry is in crisis. Soaring demand from emerging market consumers and western appetites for darker chocolate coupled with a structural decline in West African production, where 70% of cocoa is produced, have driven cocoa prices up by 90% since 2005. Mars Inc. and Barry Callebaut, the world’s largest chocolate maker, expect a continued demand/supply imbalance over the medium-term with demand potentially outstripping supply by over 1 million tonnes by 2020. Given this backdrop of growing consumption, and flattened supply, is now the time to invest in the cocoa industry.

Seizing the opportunity

By partnering with us, you also can become a shareholder in our business and will enjoy long term dividends and other benefits from the profits we make. New Tafo Cocoa Products is seizing the opportunity of the increase in the demand of cocoa by importing high quality chocolate products into the UK which is the second largest consumer of chocolate, next to the USA. We are also taking advantage of the European Union which has two of the top five (5) leading consumers of chocolate (France and Germany). Be part of our long term goal to establish a cocoa grinding  company in the second largest producer of cocoa, Ghana. Nothing is too small to invest, so be part of our company now.
Prof. Chris J. Birch
For the past ten years, Professor Chris Birch has worked at executive level in two universities, including Pro and Deputy Vice-Chancellor roles. Currently, he is Director of Enterprise & Innovation at the University of Greenwich Business School. His responsibilities have included research, enterprise, employer engagement, income generation, regional development, estates and marketing. He has been involved in significant change management programmes, borne out of both necessity and in recognition of the need to become more efficient and effective, in order that more self-generated resource can be used sustainably to support investment activity.
Executive Director
Director of Enterprise & Innovation, University of Greenwich Business School


Brendan is a chocolatier here in London. His chocolate shop is a Belgian chocolate emporium, full of the most decadent treats one usually only ever dreams of. The shop offers tasting sessions and personalised boxes of luxury chocolates which are handmade by himself.
Brendan O'haron
Managing Director
Owner of The Cocoa Exchange , Kilburn, London


Shirley Friar Boafo
Shirley is the founder of the charity organisation, the National Consortium for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), Ghana. She is also a minister at the Living God International Bible Ministries (LGIBM), London. There is blessing in giving than receiving, that is why we always give back to the society as part of our corporate social responsibility and our partnership with the NCVO makes it possible that economically disadvantaged societies across the world have a share of what we take from them.
Market Strategist