The Italian BF will produce corn, soybeans, wheat, rice and bananas in Ghana | EUROtoday

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New alliance in Africa for Bf. The group that developed round Bonifiche Ferraresi by the subsidiary Bf International Best Fields Best Food Limited has began the company partnership with Musahamat Farms Limited, a Ghanaian firm lively within the agricultural sector and, amongst different issues, within the cultivation and planting of bananas. In specific, the events established the corporate Bf Ghana Limited, a company automobile ruled by English regulation managed by Bfi and established for the event of agriculture in Ghana, to which the operational enterprise department of Musahmat was transferred (for the administration of which a particular secondary headquarters is deliberate within the territory of the Republic of Ghana) which incorporates, amongst different issues, roughly 260 employees, in addition to the task, on account of the authorization already issued by the Ghanaian authorities, of the concession for the cultivation of a The space situated within the Volta River area covers an space of ​​roughly 1,700 hectares.

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The settlement in Ghana

Based on the agreements signed between the events, Bf Ghana will grow to be the recipient of an additional concession for the cultivation of an space situated in the identical area for an extension of roughly one other 5,900 hectares. The 2024-2027 industrial plan, authorized by the Bf Ghana board of administrators, supplies, amongst different issues, for the cultivation and manufacturing of corn, soybeans, wheat, rice, tomatoes, supposed for the interior market, and bananas, in addition to investments for the development and implementation of an irrigation system that may enable the extraction of water from the Volta River and can embody bearing strains to move and provide water all through the arable space. The partnership in Ghana is a part of the Bf group’s broader worldwide growth challenge.