Who are we ?

GreenHills Cassava Farmstead is a Limited Liability Company Registered under the Nigerian Companies Act to carry out agriculture-related business like commercial farming, food processing, packaging and distribution of agricultural products. Our many years of expertise, vast connections and access to grassroots makes us efficient in managing farms effectively.

The company head office is located at Motorways Centre in Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos and Our farms are strategically situated in Olorunsogo, Mowe/Ofada, Ogun State.

Our Vision

To emerge as a trusted provider of superior cassava products, renowned for our dedication to quality, sustainability, and ethical business practices, thereby contributing to food security and prosperity on a global scale.

Our Mission

To utilize technology and innovative models to create the most efficient and affordable methods to produce crops, add value and create access to markets locally and globally for these products.

Core Values

Quality

We uphold the highest standards of quality in all aspects of our operations, from seed selection to post-harvest handling, ensuring that our customers receive only the finest cassava products.

Sustainability

We are committed to environmentally sustainable farming practices that preserve natural resources, minimize ecological impact, and promote the long-term viability of agriculture.

Integrity

We conduct our business with integrity, honesty, and transparency, fostering trust and mutually beneficial relationships with our stakeholders.
Innovation: We embrace innovation and continuous improvement, leveraging cutting-edge technologies and best practices to enhance productivity, efficiency, and crop resilience.

Community

We prioritize the well-being and empowerment of the communities where we operate, actively engaging in social responsibility initiatives, and supporting local farmers through training and collaboration.

Our Value Chain

Smallholder farmers are the key to food security in Africa. Not only do they hold large swaths of arable land, but they also constitute about 70% of the workforce on the continent. 

One of the most challenging factors facing smallholder farmers in Africa is the issue of post-harvest losses, which is caused by the decrepit state of infrastructure as well as the non existence of storage facilities. 

Guaranteed market access is the most vital part of the triangle of profitable success for smallholder farmers.

Future Plan

To utilize technology and innovative models to create the most efficient and affordable methods to produce crops, add value and create access to markets locally and globally for these products.
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