Internationally operating merchants, religiousness of pietists, social responsibility and missionary engagement were closely tied up in Bremen in the 19th century.
Operating economically sustainable and to earn more money by oneself. These are the objectives of the services of the project farm „Bremen Village” in Ghana. The reason is the strong price decline of 62 per cent for cocoa on the world market between 1977 and 1982.
The sale of chicken parts shows how intensely the Ghana markets depend upon the European Union (EU). Since chicken breasts are preferred in Europe today, breeders and slaughterhouses have looked for new markets for the other chicken parts.