We are able to mobilise large quantities of emergency food at short notice through our extensive supply chain/network in the East and Central African region. This includes sourcing direct from farms, aggregators or fully vetted importers and traders of grains.

We also have a sorting facility where state of the art machines can process and clean farm fresh produce to ensure that the recipient of food aid receives as clean a product as possible.

We are able to supply cereals (including rice), legumes and lentils using this facility.


Beans are rich in antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins. It contains isoflavones and phytosterols, which are chemicals associated with fighting and reducing cancer.
Beans make you feel full faster due to their high fiber content.
Some of the common legumes produced in the East Africa region include common bean, green gram, groundnut, pigeon pea, cowpea, soybean, and chickpea. Other legumes are available in small quantities produced locally or imported into the region by food commodity traders.

We most commonly supply the following legumes for food aid purposes in the region. Other legumes can be sourced as per customer requirements:
– Small red kidney beans (wairimu beans)
– Nyayo beans
– Rosecoco beans
– Mwitemania beans
– Cowpeas
– Black turtle beans
– Cranberry beans
– Green grams (ndengu nylon or ndengu large)
– Chickpeas
– Soybeans


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