Latest News Agribusiness
24/08/2020 at 09h21, by Valentin Grille
ENSafrica conducting the sale of Tiger Brands’ meat subsidiary
The South African food giant is negotiating a deal for its packaged meat subsidiary, which has depreciated...
24/07/2020 at 17h25, by Jeune Afrique Business+
Poly-Hondone Pelagic FisherY Co accused of failing to meet obligations of $100m contract in Mauritania
A parliamentary report implicates the Chinese company accused of going back on terms of 2010 fisheries...
23/07/2020 at 17h55, by Aurélie Benoit
Seaboard Corporation leadership escapes the Breskys
The U.S. family sees former CEO Steven Bresky’s right-hand man take the helm of the agribusiness giant.
16/07/2020 at 17h31, by Jeune Afrique Business+
Elloumi Group: family first
More than ever, the Elloumi group is relying on its almost exclusively family-run management to weather...
10/07/2020 at 18h06, by Jeune Afrique Business+
Belgian Puratos launches its African offensive and allies with Sifaoui in Côte d’Ivoire
The family-owned baking products manufacturer is setting up shop in Kenya, Ethiopia, Nigeria and Côte...
06/07/2020 at 18h01, by Jeune Afrique Business+
PepsiCo plans to export across North Africa from Egypt hub
On the continent, the American giant also has a presence in South Africa.
02/07/2020 at 16h57, by Jeune Afrique Business+
CFAO Retail plans to open PlaYce Ekoudou/Yaoundé before the African Cup of Nations 2022
The eventual aim is to open a PlaYce in Dakar, in addition to its existing Abidjan shopping centres,...
02/06/2020 at 15h36, by Jeune Afrique Business+
‘We can do better by investing more’ (Samuel Libock, Sosucam Deputy Managing Director)
Over the next five years, Somdiaa’s sugar subsidiary, Société sucrière du Cameroun (Sosucam), intends...
29/05/2020 at 19h19, by Jeune Afrique Business+
Alapala, the Turkish milling equipment giant, makes its move into Africa
The milling equipment supplier, one of the world leaders in the sector along with Swiss company Bühler,...
21/05/2020 at 19h53, by Jeune Afrique Business+
Nestlé holds steady in sub-Saharan Africa despite Covid-19
In addition to focusing its efforts on continuing production, the global food giant is helping to combat...
21/05/2020 at 09h29, by Jeune Afrique Business+
DPI chooses SICAM (Bayahi group) for its first Tunisian coup ($56m)
As we foresaw back in April, the British private equity firm has chosen Tahar Bayahi’s agri-food subsidiary...
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