Food Security

The agricultural sector can be mobilized to increase food security while using fewer natural resources, through making the food value chain much more efficient This means making the production process more resource-efficient, and reducing the amount of waste along the full value chain. But improved efficiencies in the food chain should not come at the expense of the system’s resilience, in terms of how food flows into cities.
Agriculture  can be deployed as a poverty-reduction measure. The agricultural sector accounts for about 40% of the global workforce, and ploughing money into agriculture has far greater returns in terms of poverty reduction than investing in non-agricultural activities

All our fruit and vegetables are sourced throughout Africa and it is exported globally