Zeenatu Adams visits South Africa

This month we feature a report by Zeenatu Adams of Blue Skies Ghaaa who recently travelled to South Afria to carry out some training for the technical team. My trip to blueskies South Africa was exciting. One captivating scene when I landed in South Africa is the OR Tambo Airport in Johannesburg. It is big and really beautiful. Unfortunately for me at the Airport it took me over 30 minutes to locate my luggage because I was directed to the wrong terminal! […]

Meet Hannah Appiah-Danquah

My name is Hannah Appiah-Danquah. I was employed at Blue Skies in 2004. I worked with the Movements Office for a year and was transferred to Operations in 2005, where I have worked as a Logistics Officer until now. I am a dedicated young woman with passion for a challenging job. I am highly focused […]

Meet Mbali Mbhele

I am Mbali Mbhele 20 years of age, born in November 1995. My family is made up of both parents, I have a brother and two cousins. I am the first child of Morena and Rebecca Nkosi and they both work at Blue Skies Fresh Produce. I’m a very loud, open and interactive person. I […]

Blue Skies Founder receives MBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Blue Skies Founder and Chairman Anthony Pile has received an MBE in the Queen’s 2016 Birthday Honours Anthony receives an MBE for services to International Business in the same week he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the UK’s Fresh Awards. On receiving the MBE Anthony said “This honour is for every one of the […]

Meet Lucy Kuffour

Lucy Kuffour of Blue Skies Ghana was born on the 16th of June 1958 and hails from Sekondi, in the Western Region. Lucy relocated to Nsawam to stay with her brother in 1978 after completing school, where she started supporting her Aunt in trading for a few years before she got a job with the […]

Meet Kwame Asante

Kwame Asante has been with the family of Blue Skies Ghana since 7th June 2003. He started working at the Intake Department where he was sorting, de-crowning and sanitizing fruits and later moved to the Dispatch Department to help with the packing and loading of products on to the containers. Having been to the school […]

Remembering the Rasta-man

Blue Skies Ghana’s first General Manager David Arnold remembers a very special personIn January 1998 after being in Ghana for only two or three days and very much “wet behind the ears” I espied a wall of flame about ¾ of a mile away from the factory. I walked down the drive and crossed the […]

Meet Gifty Odame Asare

Mrs. Gifty Odame Asare is one of the thirty five pioneers of Blue Skies Products Ghana when it started operations in 1998. Gifty joined Blue Skies in December 1998 as a production operative and worked in High Care for one year before being transferred to the print room due to her affinity for that area […]

Blue Skies Walk for Sara

On 27th September over thirty people met at the Blue Skies UK office to embark on a nine mile walk in memory of Sara Brookes. People from Blue Skies past and present and friends and family of Sara came from near and far to walk together around Pitsford Water and then enjoy a bring-and-share lunch […]

Yolisa wins at DAFF Female Entrepreneur Awards

Yolisa Mbie, Hygiene Manager at Blue Skies South Africa believed in herself and made Blue Skies proud by taking part in Female Entrepreneur Awards Programme being run by DAFF (Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries) in Mpumalanga province. The major thrust of the programme is to underline the fact that women play a significant role […]

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