Enhancing B2B Economic: Collaboration between Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Ivory Coast

A few days ago, AS Food was honored to participate in the Journée Economiquee meeting between Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (France) and Ivory Coast. This important gathering brought together key stakeholders to discuss strategies for enhancing food processing efficiency and achieving food security.
A central theme emerged – the crucial role of adaptable food processing plants. The focus was on increasing the transformation rate of agricultural products in Ivory Coast from 30% to 50% by 2030, alongside fostering local food production and market gardening. The CTCPA – Centre Technique Agroalimentaire experts emphasized the value of starting with smaller-scale plants, allowing producers to gradually scale up as their businesses flourish. This prudent approach minimizes risks associated with financial strain and operational setbacks – a concept that aligns perfectly with AS Food’s philosophy.
Our commitment to sustainability is embodied in our mobile food waste reduction plants. These innovative units boast exceptional flexibility, enabling them to move seamlessly between harvest zones within a country. This not only optimizes efficiency but also significantly reduces food waste.
Looking ahead, AS Food is energized by the prospect of contributing to the advancement of food processing capabilities. We are dedicated to fostering a future of sustainable growth through collaboration and innovation.

Picture credit: Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

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