Wamu Investments

Wamu Investments is an indigenous private company founded in 1989 that produces and exports fresh fruits and vegetables to Europe and the Middle East. It is registered by the Horticultural Crop Development Authority of Kenya and is a member of the Fresh Produce Association of Kenya among others.
The company gets its produce from its own five farms located in different regions of the country at different altitudes. This ensures that we are able to grow different products all year around.
In addition the company also subcontracts small scale farmers to supplement the production from the farms. Wamu organizes the out growers into synergetic groups which we then support by supplying them with inputs on credit and on subsidized prices, technical assistance on safe use of pesticides and environment protection, and regular trainings on emerging farming trends. Our out-growers are closely supervised to ensure that they adhere to the set out standards.
As a company policy, all the farms and the out growers are Global gap certified and are continuously trained. All the farms adhere to sound environmental farming practices and are under irrigation, meaning that production can be carried out throughout the year, in response to market demand.
Wamu has the capacity to greatly increase its current volumes and is actively seeking new markets to expand into.

Airport North Road, Embakasi
Nairobi 00504
Phone: +254 20 823441
Fax: +254 20 824991
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14 Mar 2016 - 12:30pm
Wayne E. Bailey Produce Company, Inc

Wayne E. Bailey Produce (WEB) provides sweet potatoes for retail, foodservice, fresh cut, processing, and international markets around the world. WEB uses advanced industry technology to provide foodservice reliability with accurately sized, high-quality sweet potatoes. We offer a wide variety of choices to restaurant and institutional food suppliers—ranging from the jumbo 25-count for institutional use and 30-35 count for restaurants, all the way up to 200-count for those who use smaller sweet potatoes. The company offers a multiple process grade of sweet potatoes that help food service customers develop French fries, cole slaw, hash browns, chips, and diced, sliced and cubed products. WEB sells processed grades of sweet potatoes to canneries. We also ship sweet potatoes to manufacturers of chips, baby foods and to dehydrated plants. Wooten foresees selling dehydrated sweet potatoes in the future.

WEB has been selling sweet potatoes internationally for well over a dozen years. The company has had an excellent reception for its products in Europe and eastern Canada and has been shipping 6-kilo containers of sweet potatoes to London and Puerto Rico. They expect to increase their off-shore business in the future because these markets have been expanding over the last few years.

WEB grows five varieties of sweet potatoes:

490 Old U.S. Highway 74 P.O. Box 467
Chadbourn, NC 28431-0467
United States
Phone: 910.654.5163
Fax: 910.654.4734
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2 May 2016 - 8:56am
Woni Exporters Ltd.

From humble beginnings in 1987, Woni is a family-based business that has been recognized today as one of the most admired exporters of fruits and vegetables from Africa that meet international quality standards. Our reach is truly global as we supply the best quality products across Africa, Western Europe and the Middle East. Thanks to Woni’s well established name, the organization is poised to expand its horizons by exporting products to other regions and continents that seek only the best in horticultural products.

Our mission is to create a harmonious supply chain that satisfies our clients with Safe and High Quality Produce at one end and provides sustainable incomes and a high standard of living for our team and select small scale contract farmers.
We achieve this through our family oriented culture, high level of professionalism, teamwork, flexibility, and most importantly, our highly trained staff.

Our farmers also receive Woni’s full-hearted support in expanding their potential and in establishing a mutually beneficial relationship with the company. This is done through:

Strict contracts indemnifying them of non-delivery and indemnifying us for non-collection of produce
Comprehensive feedback program
Competitive prices paid on a 15 day basis
Farm management training labeled "Turning the subsistence mind into a commercial mindset"
Field extension workers at a ratio 10 to 1
Continuous GAP training
Business expansion support for the loyal growers

Woni Veg – Fru Exporters & Importers Ltd
Enterprise Road 6th Floor – Kenya Commercial Bank Building
Phone: +254 020 714 5205
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4 Mar 2016 - 2:52pm