logoBC
Yaoundé - 25 March 2017 -
Agriculture

Cameroon: 118 hectares of pineapple expected in Kumba, for an annual production of 8,600 tons

Cameroon: 118 hectares of pineapple expected in Kumba, for an annual production of 8,600 tons
  • Comments   -   Monday, 09 January 2017 10:32

(Business in Cameroon) - The Agropoles project, a programme headed by the Cameroonian Ministry of Economy and meant to boost the local production to reduce imports of foodstuffs in Cameroon, just launched its 50th project in Kumba, a town located in the South-West of the country. This agropole is dedicated to the production and sale of pineapples, we learned from reliable sources.

Carried out by a group of about twenty pineapple producers, the Kumba agropole, which will lead to the creation of about 150 jobs, will help, based on official projections, in producing about 8,600 tons of pineapple per year (against 1,200 tons currently), through the creation of 118 hectares of pineapple grove.

As support to launch this project, we learned, the funds injected in this private initiative by the Cameroonian State will be used, among other things, to open a 15 kilometres road to serve the production area.

BRM

Lire aussi

29-11-2016 - Cameroun : un investissement de 3,5 milliards de FCfa pour produire et transformer 10 900 tonnes de maïs dans le Noun

14-06-2016 - Le Projet agropoles veut tripler la production de poisson dans la région du Sud-Cameroun, à 1500 tonnes par an

Mags frontpage


Business in Cameroon n49: March 2017

PROMOTE 2017: 1,300 exhibitors and the next meeting set for 2019


Islamic financing breaking through in Cameroon


Investir au Cameroun n59: mars 2017

PROMOTE 2017: 1300 exposants et un prochain rendez-vous dès 2019


La finance islamique commence à percer au Cameroun