Farrelly & Mitchell is excited to partner and work with one of Ghana’s leading farming companies and smallholder farmers’ co-operatives to develop a 55,000 acre integrated rice farming and milling business, reducing imports and generating strong domestic value.
How and where food is being consumed has changed dramatically in a matter of weeks. How can agri-food businesses best adapt to the coronavirus outbreak crisis? Despite a rush worldwide by consumers to their local supermarket to stock up on basic food items the FAO Food Price Index fell by 3.4% in March. According to […]
Chaitanya GRK, Senior Manager at Farrelly & Mitchell addresses opportunities for investment in the Food Industry to overcome the health challenges and grow economies of Gulf countries
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Malachy Mitchell, Managing Director gives an overview of East Africa food & agricultural trade and how it can supply the GCC consumer food market.
The UK's recent agricultural bill will lead the way for Agriculture and food policy in the post Brexit era.
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An American is 100 times more likely to die of Alzheimer’s than an Indian person. Does Indian cuisine combat this disease?
As Europe increases exotic fruit consumption, we explore opportunities for tropical producers in mature, niche and hard-discount retail markets.
As the world becomes more transparent through evolving technology, the food industry needs to move with the times.
Although 92% of China’s adult population is lactose intolerant, the country is seen as a major export opportunity market for dairy products.