The Evolution of ITFC: From Mangoes to Commercial Grains

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The Integrated Tamale Fruit Company (ITFC) has a rich history of innovation and adaptability. Founded in 1999, ITFC initially focused on the cultivation and marketing of grafted mangoes and mango seedlings. Over the years, our commitment to quality and sustainability has driven us to explore new opportunities and expand our operations.

In 2010, we took a significant step forward with the establishment of our modern drying and processing facility. This facility allowed us to process fresh mango into dried slices and chunks, quickly becoming a trusted source for high-quality mango products in Ghana and beyond. But we didn’t stop there. In 2013, we introduced a mango pulp line, further maximizing the use of our resources and reducing waste.

However, the year 2023 marked a turning point for ITFC. Recognizing the need for diversification and sustainable growth, we decided to redevelop both our unyielding plantation site and additional parts of our 400-hectare concession for commercial grain production. This strategic decision reflects our vision for the futureā€”a vision that embraces innovation and sustainability.

Our initial target for commercial grain production was 50 hectares, and we achieved a total of 45.8 hectares, with rice and soybeans as our primary crops. This expansion has opened new doors for ITFC, allowing us to reach a broader market and contribute to Ghana’s agricultural landscape.

As we continue to grow, we remain committed to our core values: quality, sustainability, and community. We look forward to the future and the many exciting possibilities it holds for ITFC.

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