Landrich Trading Co Limited and Uganda’s Kyoga Farming Society Ltd, (KFS), have signed a 25-year contract for producing commodities for export to the world.
Kyoga Farming Society Ltd is a group of land owners from the Lake Kyoga region of Eastern Uganda. Kyoga have been subsistence farmers for generations and now, through Landrich, have come together to grow food crops to order for export around the world.
Landrich, through its farmers, can meet orders on a quantum level subject to a bespoke contract. We grow the following: cassava, cocoa, coffee, corn, maize, millet, rice, sesame seed, sorghum, soya bean and sunflower. We have a total of 2,000 farms with a capacity of 10,000 farmers at our disposal.
Landrich is now accepting worldwide orders and contracts for bespoke crops to meet clients’ requirements and budget.
Landrich CEO Lanny Smikle said, “We’re very happy to be working with Kyoga, and hope to make a major impact where food is concerned. We can help them sell their crops and add value to their wellbeing and day-to-day environment, vastly improving their living and working conditions at the same time.”