Start Producing Locally In Africa
Africa Processing can help you setup and run a successful manufacturing business in Africa.
We help you prepare your a realistic business plan and ROI analysis, always taking into account your local constraints.
We develop easy-to-implement recipes and industrial processes that are adapted to local tastes and economically viable.
We design plants that are economic, versatile, long-lasting and profitable within a few months from your start of production.
The Processing Industry in Africa is a Fast-Growing Space
The Food Market in Africa Will Be Worth US$1tn each Year by 2030 as Imports are Substituted with Locally-Produced Food
Growth of Supermarkets Chains
Shoprite, Carrefour and Pick n’Pay are increasingly popular across Africa – these supermarket chains need to source local content.
Changes in Consumer Incomes
Middle class is growing rapidly, around 350 million Africans now earn between $2 and $20 a day. Higher disposable incomes allow for a greater ability to spend on packaged, branded products which are generally of a higher quality.
One third of Africa’s countries have GDP growth rates of more than 6% and the costs of starting a business have fallen by more than two-thirds over the past seven years, while delays for starting a business have been halved.
What Our Customers Are Saying...
Africa Processing is helping companies get off the ground in Africa
We wanted to launch a new product, AP helped us developing the product by giving us access to the latest dairy technologies and raw materials. Nonetheless we launched an innovative new product, we are now market leaders on this segment.
After going to university in Europe, I wanted to go back to Madagascar and setup a food factory in my own country. At first, I didn't know where to start but with the guidance of Africa Processing, I managed to get started on a budget. I am now fully operational selling to large supermarket chains, and considering expanding my product range with the help of Africa Processing.
We wanted to diversify and start producing mayonnaise on a small scale, first to test the market before deciding whether we would invest massively. In less than 6 months and for less than 30,000 USD we were able to launch our product on the market thanks to Africa Processing.