Our company

We provide
high-quality agricultural products

The population is rising exponentially. Hence we need to grow food at an even higher rate to produce enough food. However, our agricultural capacity is barely up to power. Therefore, our aim, in it’s simplicity, is to grow food to feed this growing population.

We do this by supporting existing small-holder farmers to churn out more quality and quantity from their farms. Merely expanding farms, without getting the most out of them, is not going to solve the problem at hand. Hence, we focus on existing corporatives of small-holder farmers to achieve this goal. We ensure the use of best practices, the right moisture content in outputs etc. and this results in higher yields.

After getting quality output from the farms, we turn them into value-added products with a ready market in hand. Based on proper product and market research, we produce the best-selling agricultural products to feed the growing population.

We grow food for all appetites, i.e we don’t specialise in any particular agricultural product. Rather, we work to bring out the best value-added products from any produce we can find.

Our Team

The best of professionals

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Customers about our company

Amazing initiative! I totally agree, in our home, we grow some of the food we eat.

Esasina Kodjo

Esasina Kodjo

Get ready to be my regular supplier. Must be exported to the US for the African markets.

Muriel Essell-Crentsil

Muriel Essell-Crentsil

We all need to be doing some kind of farming. We’re sooo blessed in this nation.

Adwoa Marfo

Adwoa Marfo

Nana’s rice is superb👌🏽. It has this ravishing smell you can’t resist and as for the taste, it’s a die for!😩🤤😍🔥 Nana’s rice: ‘wo be di, edi biom’👌🏽💃🏽


Nana’s rice has been my family’s choice since we discovered it. We will rather wait for the next bag than to eat any other. They say: “why settle for good when you can get better?”

Daniel Koomson

The rice is really tasty! Thank you! I think this is my new rice.

Samia Seraphim