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Ojay Greene Agribusiness

Founded by Yvette Ondachi:Ojay Greene Agribusiness focuses on meeting the rising demand of fruits and vegetables in urban areas. We employ a unique market driven business model which works with smallholder farmers to up scale production levels. Ojay Greene gives the farmers’ access to markets though market linkage. They benefit by fetching higher prices for their produce at more frequent
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