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|Title:||Feasibility study report on plantain processing at Anum Apapam in the Eastern region of Ghana|
|Publisher:||Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR),Food Research Institute, Ghana|
|Abstract:||Jillk Company Limited is a prospective agro processing company that is interested in processing plantain flour and other derivative products for both local and international markets. In line with protocols of the Institute as explained and agreed to by Mr. Kofi Atua-Ntow, acting for and on behalf of Jillk Company Limited, a planned feasibility study was carried out by a four-member team led by Dr. (Mrs.) Charlotte Oduro Yeboah at the prpoposed site on 24th November, 2016. It was observed that the proposed site was located at the hub of plantain cultivation. It also had good access road to farm, raw material market, and product market links. Electricity and water were also available. For other business services which could not be accessed within the village, they could be accessed from the district capital, Suhum, about 97.4km from the village of Anum Apapam. The proposed site is therefore fit for the intended purpose for which the feasibility study was carried out|
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