Entries by Patricia Asamoah

Opportunities Ahead: Fruit & Vegetable Trade Mission from the Netherlands

Fruit & Vegetable Trade Mission from the Netherlands Opportunities Ahead: A group of Dutch companies active in the fruit & vegetable value chain will be in Ghana to explore business opportunities in the Ghanaian horticulture sector. During this specialized “fruits’ & vegetables’ trade mission”, the Dutch Companies will be introduced to  future business partners & […]



Vegetable Sector Partnership, Opportunities and New Ways of Doing Business

We are pleased to announce our maiden  Business Platform Meeting in the Ashanti region of Ghana on August 6, 2015 at the Golden Tulip Hotel  at 12:30 pm. The theme for the day’s forum is “Vegetable Sector Partnership, Opportunities and New Ways of Doing Business”. This Business Platform has been designed as a cutting edge […]



GhanaVeg and Institute of Applied Science and Technology hold Research Forum on Vegetable Sector.

Accra, June 17, 2015. Current trends in the production of vegetable crops for both the domestic and export market show certain challenges especially with the European Union (EU) standards. As a result, some stringent actions need to be taken to ensure the sector improves on the adoption of good agricultural practices and also adopt new […]



GhanaVeg Agronomy Support (ToT)



THE ROLE MODERN BIOTECHNOLOGY COULD PLAY IN THE VEGETABLE INDUSTRY IN GHANA

THE VEGETABLE SECTOR AND ITS CHALLENGES IN GHANA Vegetables play significant role by ensuring nutritional balance in the diet of humans and a rich source of micro nutrients- minerals, vitamins and sources of fiber for enhanced digestibility. Inadequate vegetable intake has been blamed for growth retardation, poor cognitive development and mortality in children under 5 […]



Message from Eden Tree Limited

Greetings from Eden Tree Limited to you all! At Eden Tree, we have a huge responsibility to safeguard and boost the diet of people living in Ghana through the supply of fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs to the national market. As a result, quality and safety are fundamental to everything we do. With GhanaVeg’s grant […]



4th GhanaVeg Business Platform Meeting

Innovative financing fundamental to successful agricultural development Accra, December 3. 2014. The First Secretary of the Netherlands Embassy, Mr. Thierry Van Helden, says innovative financing is fundamental to successful agricultural development. He also indicated that there is much funding available, both commercial and non-commercial to support the vegetable sector. Having a viable and realistic business […]



GhanaVeg Launhes First Business Opportunities Report

GHANAVEG LAUNCHES FIRST BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY REPORT Dutch Ambassador Accra December 3. 2014. The Netherlands Ambassador to Ghana, Hans Docter said the Netherlands is the leading country in Greenhouse horticulture and vegetable exports globally which gives the opportunity to Ghana and the Netherlands to grow together in this field.  The  Ambassador also noted that the Netherlands […]



Be Part of the Ghana-Netherlands Vegetable Pavilion Trade Mission

  Price is what you pay. Value is what you get. -Warren Edward Buffett -American business magnate, investor and Philanthropist. Have you ever wondered how you can kill two birds with a stone? All you need to do is join GhanaVeg at the Ghana-Netherlands Vegetables Pavilion and Trade Mission at this year’s Agro food West-Africa […]