COMPAGNIE FERMIÈRE CAMEROUNAISE

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Compagnie Fermière Camerounaise (CFC) is a Cameroonian company that operates in the agricultural sector. It is one of the leading agricultural companies in the country and has a significant presence in the production, processing, and distribution of various agricultural products..

Compagnie Fermiere Camerounaise (CFC), is a subsidiary of the SABC group, was created in 2017 with the ambition of adding value to the maize sector in Cameroon. It has a long history and expertise in the agricultural industry. CFC has extensive plantations and farms where these crops are cultivated using modern and sustainable agricultural practices. Indeed, through an intergrated station combinining agriculture and livestock, it's core business lies in: The ttrasformation of maize into grits for breweries, The production of corn-based flour for human and animal consumption, Hatching egg production via its parent farm, The establisment of a hatchery for the production of one day-old chick. CFC operates with a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility. The company actively engages with local communities, supporting initiatives that promote agriculture and sustainability of the local population. CFC also collaborates with governmental organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and other stakeholders to address social and environmental challenges, foster sustainable development, and ensure the welfare of the communities it operates in. As a prominent player in the Cameroonian agricultural sector, CFC contributes significantly to the country's economy, providing employment opportunities and generating revenue. The company's focus on sustainable agriculture, value chain integration, and stakeholder engagement reinforces its commitment to long-term growth while maintaining environmental and social sustainability. Overall, Compagnie Fermière Camerounaise plays a vital role in the development of Cameroon's agricultural sector by promoting sustainable practices, enhancing productivity, and creating economic opportunities for farmers and local communities.