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Farming produce businesses in Zambia

This section lists a range of products and services from farms and details where you can find them. From livestock to dairy produce, fish farming, meat and poultry to fruit and vegetables you will find details of suppliers in this section. Farm produce varies from maize, soybeans, wheat, cotton, tobacco, coffee, vegetables, and flowers, and breeding livestock. Beans, groundnuts, pumpkins, and cassava leaves are grown to diversify diets. Other crops include cotton, sorghum, soybeans and sunflower. Cattle, chickens, goats, pigs and sheep are also common.
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Syngenta Zambia
Agribusiness
Lusaka
With its headquarters in Switzerland, Syngenta has a presence in 90 countries. The company is working to transform how crops are grown and protected by accelerating their innovation and advancing a more sustainable agriculture which is good for nature, farmers and society. Syngenta measures its success not only by its business performance, but also by the benefits it brings to farming and the environment.
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ETG Commodities Zambia
Commodity buyers
Lusaka
Are you a farmer and looking for a company that can buy your grains? ETG Commodities Zambia procures an extensive range of grains that include but are not limited to maize, rice, sunflower seeds and mix beans. With various milling plants in Zambia, a few tonnes of maize are processed for distribution by aid agencies. The company has depots in Northern, Central, Southern and Copper Belt Provinces. Please view depots in the read more section below.
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Kalimba Reptile Park
Duck and Fish Farming
Lusaka
Kalimba Reptile Park specialises in free range Pekin Duck and the indigenous species Tilapia (Bream). The ducks are free range from incubation to final product and the fish farming is critical for the conservation of Tilapia (Bream) which is under threat in Zambia. Kalimba supplies high quality Pekin Duck to restaurants and hotels and is a commercial supplier of parent stock Tilapia.
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Food Reserve Agency (FRA)
Commodity buyers
Lusaka
The Food Reserve Agency (FRA) procures a wide selection of crops, especially maize from farmers across the country. Their marketing department is charged with the core responsibility of managing the national strategic food reserves. It is composed of four units namely standards and quality, market information, operations and monitoring as well as evaluation.
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Kalimba Reptile Park
Crocodile Farming
Lusaka
Kalimba Farm began in 1985, and was the first farm in the world to integrate crocodile farming with aquaculture. Today they incubate, hatch and raise crocodiles on site and produce high end crocodile skin, meat and oil for local and export markets. Kalimba works closely with the Zambia Crocodile Farmers Association.
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Zamanita Ltd
Commodity buyers
Lusaka
Most farmers in Zambia face challenges to sell their produce. As a reliable commodity buyer, Zamanita offers a ready market for groundnuts, sunflower and soya beans to farmers, especially those into small-scale farming. This has encouraged farmers to grow more and has also helped them increase their agricultural capacity.
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Yalelo
Aquaculture
Lusaka +31
There is a shortage of fish in Zambia and nearby countries because of decades of overfishing which has decreased natural stocks. With a world-class local management team skilled in aquaculture, Yalelo seeks to replenish supply chains and change buying patterns in Zambia, with customers consuming fresh local brands.
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Freshpikt Zambia
Commodity buyers
Lusaka
Freshpikt Zambia's farms supply most of their production ingredients such as tomatoes, beans, groundnuts and pineapples. The rest of the raw material needs mainly comes from small scale farmers. As a result, the company controls its raw material supply and provides a ready market for Zambian farmers. Payments to farmers are paid in the shortest time possible.
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FVG Milling Company Ltd
Commodity buyers
Kabwe
Small and large scale farmers can sell their maize or soya beans to FVG Milling Company at great prices. Once a farmer supplies their grains and they pass the company's standards, payments are processed in the shortest time possible. FVG is committed to help farmers, especially those engaged in it on a small scale level to move to the next level - commercial farming.
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City Waste Solutions
Fruit and vegetables
Lusaka
Do you need a fruit and vegetable supplier that can distribute countrywide? City Waste Solutions is equal to the task. The company has an unrivaled reputation for its delivery service which operates seven days a week and can be tailored to suit your requirements.
Lake Harvest Zambia Ltd
Fish farming
Lusaka +13
Lake Harvest uses natural fish breeding methods through a combination of modern farming techniques, with the use of tested and approved supplements during the breeding and growing process. Their natural farming process enables the fish to live a natural life and provide good nutrition to the consumer.
Good Nature Agro
Crop farming with small-scale farmers
Chipata
Good Nature Agro challenge the status quo of seed production by choosing to loan and train 5,000 farmers to produce their quality legume seed. The company is focused on continuing to scale varieties of legume that are high-yielding, early-maturing, disease-resistant, and ready-made for the export market.
Uhuru Farming Enterprise Ltd
Fruit and vegetables
Lusaka
Uhuru Farming Enterprise produces a wide variety of fruits and vegetables including tomatoes, onions, spinach and cabbages. Their fleet of vehicles helps the company to cater for its distribution needs. Uhuru is committed to providing its customers with the finest and freshest produce available.
Using modern agricultural techniques, Uhuru Farming Enterprise grows high quality and GMO free maize, soya, cassava and wheat. The company is recognised for its close relationships with its customers and a reliable supply chain. Uhuru’s mission is to grow crops in a sustainable and cost-efficient way.
Jamas Milling Company Ltd
Commodity buyers
Kitwe
Jamas Milling Company source its maize from the open market, suppliers, traders and farmers. The company issues orders to recognised suppliers and once delivered, consignments are inspected according to a strict guideline as required by the Zambia Bureau of Standards. Their procurement is driven by quality, availability, planting season and price.
Zambeef Products Plc
Fish farming
Lusaka
Zambeef Products is one of the leading producers of nutritious, tasty and supreme quality fish in Zambia. The company has developed various large fish ponds at their Chiawa farm estate in the lower Zambezi valley. The company has a goal to provide a cheaper source of protein to its customers.
Zambeef Products Plc
Livestock
Lusaka
Zambeef rears cows, pigs and chickens for processing and distribution. Their livestock are fed with high‐quality feed and other essential nutrients and supplements to produce the best meat products. Their team strives to raise their animals with care, and utilise modern up-to-date farming practices to be efficient and sustainable.
Zambeef Products Plc
Dairy, Meat and Poultry
Lusaka
Zambeef Products is a producer and distributor of dairy meat and poultry products. Their plants add value in producing yoghurt, cheese, butter, milk, milk-based juices and eggs. Ensuring that it offers the best quality products, Zambeef is one of the preferred choices of dairy meat and poultry products in Zambia.
Zambeef Products Plc
Crop farming
Lusaka
Zambeef Products is involved in irrigated row cropping, with approximately 7,971 hectares of irrigated land, and 8,623 hectares of rainfed, arable, developed land available for planting each year. Crop production focuses on maize and soybeans during the summer, and wheat and maize during winter.
Zambeef Products Plc
Agribusiness
Lusaka
Zambeef Products is engaged in crop farming, livestock rearing, as well fish farming. The company believes there is no point in Zambia importing certain goods when they can be grown, produced and processed locally. Zambeef encourages consumers to buy home-grown produce to support the farming community.
Uhuru Farming Enterprise Ltd
Dairy, Meat and Poultry
Lusaka
Uhuru Farming Enterprise produces and supplies chickens (broilers and layers) beef, pork, milk, dairy products, eggs and stock feed. It also grows maize, soya, cassava and wheat. The company is also involved in growing of horticultural products such as green vegetables, onions, cabbages, tomatoes and more.
Fruit & Veg City Zambia Ltd
Fruit and vegetables
Lusaka
The primary objective of Fruit & Veg City Zambia is to maintain a consistent supply of quality fruit and vegetables supply to the Zambian market place throughout the year, offering an unparalleled level of service to its customers. The company prides itself on being a loyal supporter of local farmers and local produce.

Farming produce

This section lists a range of products and services from farms and details where you can find them. From livestock to dairy produce, fish farming, meat and poultry to fruit and vegetables you will find details of suppliers in this section. Farm produce varies from maize, soybeans, wheat, cotton, tobacco, coffee, vegetables, and flowers, and breeding livestock. Beans, groundnuts, pumpkins, and cassava leaves are grown to diversify diets. Other crops include cotton, sorghum, soybeans and sunflower. Cattle, chickens, goats, pigs and sheep are also common.
There is a whole range of farming enterprises in Zambia producing commodities for domestic and international markets. Farms in Zambia include livestock; fishery and agricultural farming. There are three major categories of farmers in Zambia. Small-scale farmers, who are the vast majority, cultivate less than five hectares, use few external inputs, and consume most of their produce. Medium-scale farmers cultivate between 5 to 20 hectares. They use improved seeds and fertilizers and sell most of their production. Large-scale commercial farmers plant over twenty ha annually. These farmers apply high levels of purchased inputs and use oxen or machinery for farm operations and they present a variety of opportunities for investors.
Find here the buyers of agricultural commodities in Zambia. These commodities include crops, fish, livestock, fruits and vegetables. These commodities are marketable objects and products. Listed here are various buyers of these commodities and details of their location. Buyers, importers and exporter of agricultural commodities listed here provide farmers and market intermediaries such as traders, and consumers, with information about market, and other services that enhance their bargaining power and competitiveness in the market place. It also helps a transparent and competitive price discovery mechanism through the operations of the exchange trading floors and apply information and communication technologies for rural value addition and empowerment.
Crop farming involves different types of crops. In this section you will find companies listed that grow, buy and sell different types of crops. These crops include maize, cassava, sugarcane, wheat, rice, pumpkin, cotton, soybeans, potatoes, hay and many more. These crops are offered on wholesale and retail to individuals and companies alike. Zambia’s crop production is biased towards maize, the country’s staple food. Under the right policy environment, the country has the capability to mobilize maize production on a sustainable. Other emerging products such as palm, jatropha and barley.
Companies listed here produce and sell dairy products which include cheese, ice cream, yogurt, butter, condensed milk and dried milk ready for consumption. They also sell processed meat and poultry produce like sausages, beef, offal, T-bone, pork chops, eggs, and chicken and turkey meats. These products are available on both wholesale and retail. The dairy sector, meat and poultry producers are consolidating to take advantage of economies of scale. The demands of today's fast changing modern lifestyle means packaging solutions will enhance production and at the same time deliver a sustainable solution that reduces food waste.
Due to the increase in demand for fish and fish proteins, fish farming has become an alternative. Fish farming is the principal form of aquaculture. Fish farming involves raising fish commercially in tanks or enclosures, usually for food. You will find a number of companies listed on this site that raise and sell fish for consumption. The likes of tilapia, bream, barbell and kapenta are sold on wholesale and on retail prices. Fish farming is an exciting area of development and technology that helps protect from overfishing the rivers of Zambia. Find the leading producers of fresh tilapia fish in Zambia here.
Trees are designed for human benefit. In this section you will find a complete range of products and services relating to forestry for the Zambian community. These include managing, using, conserving, and repairing forests. You will also find companies that sell timber which is the raw material for wood. Forestry is an important aspect of our daily livelihood because chairs, tables, beds and anything wood related is made from these trees. Forests in Zambia cover 66% of the total land area and the livelihoods of people of Zambia especially in rural areas is largely derived from the forests.
This section lists a variety of fruits and vegetables growers, suppliers or marketers. The companies listed here grow, buy and sell fruits and vegetables to supermarkets, companies and individuals. Some of the fruits and vegetables include apples, mangos, pineapples, tomatoes, cabbage, green beans, carrots, watermelons, rape, peas, okra, guavas, lemons, oranges, the list is endless. Find traditional or local vegetables which includes many species which are wild, semi-cultivated or are protected in some way. They may also include species mainly cultivated for their pods, fruits, roots or tubers, but whose leaves are sometimes consumed as a vegetable.
The livestock sector is worth over $1.5bn in Zambia and accounts for around 35% of agriculture production share of national gross domestic product. The sector has experienced steady growth in recent years. Beef and dairy products are growing around 7% and 10% annually respectively. The poultry industry has also doubled in size over the last ten years. Companies listed here raise, buy and sell livestock for farming and food production in Zambia. Livestock are domesticated animals raised in an agricultural setting to produce commodities such as food, fibre and labour. Poultry is commonly included within the meaning of 'livestock'.