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  • Bomarts Farms Limited

    Exhibitor
    Ghana
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
    Bomarts Farms Ltd. was founded in 1985 in Ghana and began as a producer and exporter of fresh fruits to Europe, first pineapples and then mangoes. In 2011 Bomarts went into value addition with a state-of-the-art dry processing unit. The company has 1,140 acres of mango plantation with 360 acres of it being organic. Furthermore, Bomarts has 2,000 acres of pineapple farm of which 320 acres are agroforestry plantation. Bomarts exports by sea and air to Israel, European and West African Markets. Bo…
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  • Brakatu Investments and Commercial Farms Limited

    Exhibitor
    Ghana
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
    Brakatu investments and commercial farms limited started commercial farming with its Mango plantation in 2012 at Gomoa Abasa in the Central Region of Ghana. The farms, since its inception, has provided employment for over 100 rural employees. Currently, a little over 700 acres of land out of the 3000 acres available land has been cultivated. Keitt and Kent are the produced varieties. Brakatu’s mission is to promote environmental protection and rural development in Ghana within the production of …
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  • Coconut Federation of Ghana

    Exhibitor
    Ghana
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
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  • Fruits and Vegetable Producers of Ghana (FaVGAG)

    Exhibitor
    Ghana
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
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  • Frank Horticultural and Timber Company Limited

    Exhibitor
    Tanzania
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
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  • Federation of Associations of Ghanaian Exporters (FAGE)

    Exhibitor
    Ghana
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
    Our Organization The Federation of Associations of Ghanaian Exporters is a private, non-governmental, apolitical and not-for-profit organisation established with the assistance of USAID in Ghana. FAGE is the umbrella organisation of exporters of non-traditional exports (NTEs). FAGE's membership comprises over 2,500 exporting firms and individuals. Non-traditional exports are goods and services exported other than cocoa, gold and other mineral resources in their raw state, unprocessed timber a…
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  • Ghana Association of Vegetables Exporter (GAVEX)

    Exhibitor
    Ghana
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
    Mission: To produce and establish Ghana as an important vegetable producer and exporter on the world market under a brand name synonymous with quality and consistency. Vision: Collaborate with known support bodies and NGOs to obtain EurepGAP and other standards as a body source funds to set up an agric-input supply for members. Functions: Assists members and their out growers to produce and market vegetable and vegetable products, Encourages and promotes members to operate efficientl…
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  • Ghana Export Promotion Authority

    Exhibitor
    Ghana
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
    The GEPC Ghana Export Promotion Council (GEPC) was established in 1969 as an agency of the Ministry of Trade and Industry . GEPC has the national mandate for the development and promotion of non-traditional exports in Ghana and was set up primarily to diversify Ghana's export base away from the hitherto three traditional export products, i.e. Gold, Cocoa Beans and Timber Logs and Lumber. To date there are over 230 different non-traditional export products categorized into Agricultural, Processe…
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  • Ghana Root Crops and Tubers Exporters Union GROCTEU

    Exhibitor
    Ghana
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
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  • Korongo3 Agribusiness LTD

    Exhibitor
    Tanzania
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
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  • Lima Kwanza Ltd

    Exhibitor
    Tanzania
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
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  • M.G. Farms & Trading Ltd.

    Exhibitor
    Ghana
    FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020
    The company M. G. Farms And Trading Ltd. from Ghana started growing Papayas in 1999 on 2 acres in the central region of Ghana. With hard work and dedication, M.G. Farms was able to start its own export. However, the climate in the central region was not ideal for growing papayas so the company decided to move to the eastern region of Ghana because the temperatures and rain patterns are more suitable there. Today, M.G. Farms owns 100 acres of land which is used for growing papayas. In 2015 M.G. …
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