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Producing Organic Products: Raising Indigenous Chickens(Kuku Kienyeji), Mushrooms Farming, Fruits and Other vegitables.
Training on Agribusiness
|Mission||To produce the best tasting and finest quality poultry and horticulture products; including indigenous chickens, Mushrooms, fruits and other vegetables for the local and international community.|
Hertu Farms is an Agribusiness project under HERTU INVESTMENT company established in Tanzania on 23rd November 2015, with registration no. 402546.
Under this project we represent our commitment to investment in sustainable agribusiness; considering the social, cultural, economic and environmental implications of agricultural production and adapt practical and ethical approaches towards maximizing the business aspect of agricultural production and ensure that agricultural production is carried out in a sustainable way, providing jobs, poverty alleviation, and food security and conducted responsibly across the agro-allied business chain, while mainstreaming good environmental best practices.
We work together with all key players in the agribusiness, to identify opportunities that will help scale up agricultural activities in Tanzania and global as a major leverage for attaining the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) regarding poverty reduction. With about 80% of the Tanzania’s labour-force especially youth and women coming from agricultural activities; the project explore the opportunities for sustained growth and socioeconomic development through sustainable agribusiness.
We look beyond food production, but rather, explore sustainable ways through which agricultural activities can support the long term growth and competiveness of Tanzania and globally.
Our goal is to transform the people’s lives through consuming or buying health food produced under project, inspiring people to engage in agribusiness which protecting environment by practicing sustainable agribusiness, which will help them in food security, fight against poverty, hunger and malnutrition.
The project lives the following pillars;
Produce and sell health food to improve health of its customers and community
Inspire healthful eating
Offer hands-on learning opportunities; inspiring the community to engage in sustainable agribusiness
Sustainable living: Use of wastes for producing other produ