Archive for the ‘Agribusiness & Food’ category
Within two days from the time flowers are cut at Kenya’s flower farms they are available for sale in markets such as Sweden.
While violence can disrupt operations, Carl Commodities boss thinks it is still possible to be successful in the region.
Mama Fresh Injera has teamed up with investors to increase its exports to the US and Europe.
A challenge for machinery manufacturers targeting Africa is that many farmers still use relatively primitive production techniques.
Roullier Group launches Kenyan branch for its premium fertilisers.
Israeli-owned Artcaffé in joint venture with Kenyan coffee shop Dormans.
Phatisa focuses investments on African agriculture and housing sectors.
“Investment in African farmers – rather than investment that dispossesses them – can produce ample, healthy and safe food.”
Expanding food brands across Nigeria involves customer education and investment in the supply chain.
Nigeria is looking to the land to boost employment, ease its dependence on oil and ensure food security.
Technology-driven agricultural services can increase the incomes of small-scale and subsistence farmers.
Ndumiso Madlala has launched South Africa’s first black-owned and locally brewed beer.
Three agribusinesses which have addressed the challengers of sourcing quality produce from smallholder farmers.
Conducting business in the continent can often be challenging, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun.
Recent violence in South Sudan could erase much of the country’s progress since independence.