developing the Agricultural sector
DNA Green Planet Limited is committed and able to contribute to the development of the agricultural sector in Countries where we have a basis. We have a wide network of experts in Europe and Asia with excellent connections within the Food Industry. We serve the growing need for Companies and Individuals to contribute to a Healthy Enviroment, a Sustainable Future and present Impact Investing opportunities.
Understanding the Market
DNA Green Planet has developed relationships with local companies and mutally developed and implement quality control systems and transparency into the production Chain together with our partners in Country concerned.
The lack of finance possibilities and farming education has caused many to remain subsistence farmers in Africa.
“Agriculture has a big potential to transform economies in Africa, even bigger than minerals and tourisme”
Argan Tree Products
The Argan Tree provides food, shelter and protection from desertification. Much of the Argan Oil produced today is made by a number of co-operatives, mostly in the Region, inland of Essaaouira
There is a growing market for Argan Oil and the use of Argan Oil in cosmetic products.
Hemp, or Industrial Hemp is one of the fastes growing plant species and can be refined into a variety of commercial and Industrial items, including paper, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, food and animal feed.
Mango production and quality is largely depending on the quality of the soil and fertilizers used. It is crucial to achieve a high level of quality that is expected by ripening companies and retailers in Europe.
Cactus Tree Products
There are about 1500 to 1800 species of Cacti, and show a wide variety of growth habits. They are used for food and as construction material. The market for Cactus Tree products is a high end customer market demanding quality and exclusivity.
The Sisal plant produces some of nature's longest and strongest plant fibers which can be transformed into products like, rope, twine, yarn, and paper. Only 2% of the plant is extracted as fiber. The rest of the plant is considered as "waste" but can be used as biomass to produce energy;
European Tea consumers are increasingly looking for high value specialty teas. They want a unique and authentic experience when drinking tea and are more knowledgeable about tea varieties and origin.