Abanga Farms and Food Systems Ltd (AFFS) has been making significant strides in the food and agriculture industry, both in Ghana and Namibia.
Recently, (AFFS) has taken over the management of a grain mill in Namibia and is planning to invest in increasing its production capacity.
The investment in the flour mill comes at a time when Namibia, like many other African countries, is facing challenges in its food industry. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for countries to be self-sufficient in terms of food production and supply, and the investment by AFFS is a step in the right direction towards achieving this.
With the flour mill, AFFS aims to increase its production capacity and offer affordable and quality flour products to the Namibian market. This will not only strengthen the local food chain but also create employment opportunities for the local population.
Namibia has vast arable land and favorable weather conditions, making it ideal for agricultural activities. However, the country has been importing a significant amount of its food products, including flour, from other countries. The investment by AFFS in a flour mill is a positive development that will help to reduce the country’s reliance on imports and enhance its food security.
AFFS is committed to sustainable agricultural practices and has a track record of implementing initiatives that benefit both the company and the community. The investment in the flour mill is expected to have a positive impact on the environment, as the company plans to use renewable energy sources in its operations.
The investment by AFFS in a flour mill in Namibia is a positive development that will not only increase production capacity and strengthen the local food chain but also create employment opportunities and contribute to the country’s food security. It is a step in the right direction towards achieving sustainable agriculture and ensuring that Namibia is self-sufficient in terms of food production and supply.