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NABC would like to inform you about our upcoming trade mission to Ghana from September 7-11, open to all companies directly or indirectly active in the fruit & vegetables-sector, including seeds, processing, agri-supplies and trade. 

The fruit & vegetable market in Ghana is a huge business opportunity for Dutch investors, as its growing middle-class (which currently comprises almost 50% of the population) demands high quality fresh food- specifically fresh and processed fruits & vegetables. This demand is not yet met with adequate local supply. Next to promising opportunities for the local market, the Ghanaian vegetable market has lots of potential for export.

This mission is organized as a part of the GhanaVeg program. This project aims for further professionalization of the value chain for vegetable production and consumption in Ghana by means of expertise of and investment by the Dutch private sector.The GhanaVeg program comprises a long-term project in which Dutch private sector companies are provided with relevant local contents, funding-possiblities (up to 50.000 euro) and support by local experts. 

This mission will give your company the opportunity to explore its business opportunities in the Ghanaian vegetable sector in a supportive environment, and will provide your company with useful contact by means of company visits and B2B matchmaking sessions.

For more information on GhanaVeg, please visit

For more information on the mission, please contact Marlou Rijk (Project Coordinator Horticulture) at 

Practical information

Participation costs are 800,- (excl. VAT) for NABC members and 900,- (excl. VAT) for non-members.

Please note that the particiation-fee does not cover flighttickets and hotelcosts.

For more information, please contact Marlou Rijk at or 070 304 361



Please find a factsheet on Ghana's vegetable sector here.

Trade mission details

Horticulture trade mission to Ghana
From September 07, 2015
Till September 11, 2015
Accra, Ghana
070-304 3618