Shared Interest supports Bio-Exotica the fairtrade pineapple business

Fairtrade Pineapples being packedShared Interest is to loan to Bio-Exotica, a Ghanaian pineapple producer, for the purchase of some much-needed equipment; which will enhance both their sustainability and their social impact.

Bio Exotica, established in 2003, are the sole employer in the Asegya area, providing work for more than 100 field workers and other staff. They also play an active social role in the local community and have founded 1 modern primary school and renovated another.

The organisation aims to provide assured employment for workers and the transfer of knowledge to local famers. Additionally, they aim to improve the living conditions of their community by contributing to employment, education and the development of local infrastructure.

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