Strategic partnerships are essential for our success. We are cooperative in nature and like to work with motivated, energetic and specialized partners. We work closely with and alongside the following partners:

  • Olij Roses
  • Educational Institutions
  • Ghanaian Representatives
  • Suiker Unie

Olij Roses International has specialized for almost a century in breeding, propagating, producing and marketing of cut and pot-roses. Since 1980 Olij Roses has been running an extensive cut-rose breeding program. In 2004 the company introduced the breeding of pot-roses. Together with Olij Roses we are developing both a cultivation stevia variety along with a pot plant variety.

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We work closely with and alongside various educational institutions including Wageningen University and Universidade de Maringá.

In Ghana, where cultivation of our stevia strain is due to take place, we closely work alongside relevant Ghanaian representative to ensure success both for Ghana as a whole and Stevia 1931. Some of these representatives include:

  • President John Mahama – Ghana President
  • Honourable Kofi Humado – Minister for Food and Agriculture
  • Honourable Abdul-Rashid Pelpuo – Minister of State in charge of Public-Private Partnerships. Also Member of Parliament for Wa Central Constituency
  • Dr Ephraim Nsoh – Upper West Regional Minister
  • Mr Abu Kasangbata – Deputy Minister Upper West Region
  • Mr Hudu Abu – Deputy Regional Director, Ministry of Food and Agriculture Upper West Region.

Suiker Unie, is one of the largest sugar cooperatives in The Netherlands. Suiker Unie and Stevia 1931 have an understanding in terms of an strategic B2B partnership, with whom we will enter initially the Stevia market for the food industry in The Netherlands.

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