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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.