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Ghana looks to stop onion imports from the Netherlands

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Core Tip: The Netherlands Embassy in Ghana has described as unacceptable Ghana’s importation of onions and other vegetables from Holland when they could be grown locally.
The Netherlands Embassy in Ghana has described as unacceptable Ghana’s importation of onions and other vegetables from Holland when they could be grown locally.

The embassy has therefore offered to provide support to producers of vegetables in Ghana to meet domestic consumption as well as increase exports to the world.

“It’s really sad to know that Ghana is still importing onions from the Netherlands; onions that can be grown here in Ghana; so we are willing to support you in the field of technology so you can grow and process everything here,” First Secretary of the Netherlands Embassy in Ghana, Thierry van Helden said.

This was at the official commissioning of an ultra modern factory for Eden Tree Limited, leading producer and distributor of high-end fresh vegetables, fruits and herbs in Ghana.

Mr Helden who represented the Ambassador, Ron Strikker pledged his country’s commitment to helping Ghana grow its vegetables and fruits industry into a competitive high-quality vegetable sector.
 
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