One of Ghana’s most popular delicacy which sells for 1 ghc now sells at 18ghc in the United States of America.
Enjoying locally cooked Kenkey as low as 1 GHc in your home or office is not the same everywhere as American multinational technology company, Amazon, is selling one of Ghanaians most favorite delicacy for a whooping $ 2.99 (₵18.00) on their platform.
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One would ask why this popular delicacy which originated from Accra but it being enjoyed throughout the country cost that much in the United States of America. This is because after it is processed, it has to be packaged and shipped to the US which all involves money.
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We believe the price tag for GA Kormi in the US will not discourage our brothers and sisters who have traveled to seek greener pastures outside the country from buying it.
We also noticed that the price is proportional to the shipping fee from Ghana to the US.
Amazon is an American multinational technology company based in Seattle, Washington, that focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming, and artificial intelligence.
It is considered one of the Big Four technology companies along with Google, Apple, and Facebook.
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