The first private factory in the Jaman south of the Bono region will soon start its full production. The company will produce seven different types of fruits juices and alcoholic wine extracted from cashew fruits.
Interestingly, the waste of the cashew will be used as poultry feeds and manure for crops cultivation. The CEO of DALF, David Amponsah Boakye said.
DALF processing company limited established in 2018 is aiming at creating job opportunities for 1,500 people of the Jaman south where their youth mostly seek greener pastures through the deadly desert.
The DALF company limited in collaboration with a Ghanaian based in Holland, Alfred Atta have acquired one hundred acare of land in the Kintampo municipal of the Bono east region for cashew plantation to feed the factory.
The CEO, David Amponsah Boakye interrupting with the giz at the site says, high definition class of extraction machineries and the sealing ones have already arrived left with fixing of the plants.
He assured that mass production will take place before the end of 2021 calendar year.
The giz in their long interruption with the DALF CEO were amazed with his output to create job opportunities for the people in the Bono region.
In the same week, the ministry of agriculture have visited DALF processing factory in the Jaman south to see the way forward.