Launched in December 2017, Alosfarm atttempts to fundamentally transform and modernize critical stages of the entire agricultural
supply chain in Africa starting with Nigeria.
By bringing all the stakeholders in Nigeria’s agricultural value chain together to facilitate effective trading of farm produce, Alosfarm enables agribusinesses, farmers, and commercial agri-buyers to transact directly with each other at the national level, to reduce distribution costs, minimize wastage of farm produce, create financial security and increase supply chain transparency.
Lack of easy access for smallholders farmers in rural communities to sell their farm produce to larger market on time
and the enormous post-harvest wastage of produce across the value chain is the major reason Alosfarm was founded.
At Alosfarm, we attempt to address these challenges by fundamentally transforming and modernizing critical stages of the entire agricultural supply chain. We work to improve farmers’ limited access to market information, support and the transportation & logistics linkages between small rural farmers and buyers of agri-produce to the larger urban markets, while optimizing the huge post-harvest wastage of farm produce.
At Alosfarm, we are passionate about empowering smallholder farmers together by improving their limited access to market information and also enhance the transportation and logistics linkages between the small rural sellers of agri-produce to the larger urban markets; and optimizing the huge wastage of farm produce using smart mechanism to ensure sustainable food security in Africa starting with Nigeria.
Our buyers are the tiny important aspect of us. We ensure our agribuyers and retailers get fresh and quality farm produce
direct from farms.
Also, by using scientific processes for managing the distribution, storage and agri-logistics in existing structures we believe storage losses could be reduced from 10 percent to a mere 0.5 percent, translating into a saving of millions of dollars. A saving we believe could help attack the challenge of a staggering 40 percent of Nigeria that still go hungry regularly.
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