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Blue Skies Finalists in FPC Awards

Blue Skies are once again finalists in UK’s Fresh Produce Consortium (FPC).Awards. This year Blue Skies have been shortlisted in four categories; Best Place to Work, Innovation of the Year, CSR Excellence and Supermarket Supplier of the Year. The winners will be announced at an Awards Dinner on the 5th […]

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2018 Foundation Projects take shape

Our 2018 Foundation projects are taking shape. Work on a new kindergarten classroom block at Anoff School in Ghana (pictured below) is well under way. Meanwhile there is great progress on an agricultural centre in Manya Kroko Construction has also started on a new classroom block in Kintampo in Ghana […]

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What’s your Big Idea?

The Big Idea is back! Do you have an idea that could help us improve how we work, innovate new products, reach new markets, procure more fruit? If the answer is yes, we’d love to hear from you. Send us your idea at: http://www.blueskies.com/ideas

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Download our February Newsletter

The latest edition of the Blue Skies Newsletter ‘Pelican News’ is out now. You can download it from: http://www.blueskies.com/newsletter/february2018.pdf In this month’s newsletter: Our new dairy-free ice cream launches in the UK Blue Skies celebrates its 20th anniversary We meet Godfred Alimo of JT Farm Pelican News is a monthly […]

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Kwakwakrom KVIP

Kwakwakrom is small community in the Eastern Region of Ghana. It is host to just over 1,000 inhabitants who are mainly farmers growing pineapple, maize, plantain and legumes. The Community has had no effective public place of convenience for generations and the community over the years have been battling with […]

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Esikabew Primary School

Esikabew is a farming community located near to Nsawam in Ghana. The community is mainly made up of subsidence farmers growing cereals, tubers and vegetables, and there are also a number of farmers growing pineapple and papaya for Blue Skies. Some staff of Blue Skies and their families also live […]

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Kyinto Primary School

Kyinto is home to many Blue Skies staff and some farmers. The community’s only Basic School comprises of a six classroom Primary School and a Junior High School, however the structure that accommodated the Junior High School collapsed  in 2014,  leaving the school with no choice but to hold classes under trees. As […]

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