We use leftover fruit to power the next crop. Reducing food waste provides one of the biggest impacts on carbon reduction for our planet.
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We use our leftover fruit to power the next crop

Reducing food waste can provide one of the biggest impacts on carbon reduction in our atmosphere.

Nothing to waste

We try to make use of the waste in our production process. In Ghana, the skins and core from our fresh fruit goes into a biogas plant. Methane is given off, stored and used to power our dryers and other machines for production. Once these have been broken down, the leftovers then go back onto the fields to fertilise the next crop of fruit.


You’ve probably guessed by now that sustainability is a big deal for us. Check out more of what we do below.

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