Togo is a country predominantly rural with 67% of the population working in agriculture. They primarily grow maize, millet, sorghum, rice, cassava, yam, sweet potato, beans and groundnuts. But husked rice, corn and wheat are seen more and more. Crops are mainly located in the region of Kpalimé-Atakpamé and represent approximately 30% of agricultural exports. Coffee, cocoa, cotton, palm oil, and phosphate are mined near Lomé and are the main products used for export. However, much of the Togolese subsoil contains many other resources that remain untapped for now. The creation of a free trade zone at the port of Lomé is a popular hub for neighboring countries; lots of goods pass through the port even if they are not intended for Togo.