fbpx
Open post

Vegetable farm project yields first greens for canteen

An update on the Blue Skies Vegetable Farm project by Abraham Amoako Atta, National Service intern After land preparation and transplanting, the farm begun to take its form and shape. The field was segregated into several sections, each section for every crop. The crops successfully transplanted included; tomatoes, sweet pepper, […]

Open post

Why the EU referendum matters to Blue Skies

Blue Skies Founder Anthony Pile explains why he believes the UK should remain in the European Union. Next month those of us in the UK will be voting to remain or leave the European Union.  Many of us have not thought much about the issues or indeed whether it really matters whether we […]

Open post

2016 School Farm Competition launches in Ghana

The second Blue Skies School Farm of the Year Competition was officially launched in Ghana on the 18th of May at a ceremony held at Fotobi Junior High School. The ceremony was attended by dignitaries, special guests and staff and students of local schools. The deputy Agriculture Minister Hon Louisa […]

Open post

Blue Skies finalists at UK Fresh Awards!

Blue Skies have once again made it through to the finals of the Fresh Awards. This year Blue Skies are finalists in the CSR Excellence category (which it won last year) and the Best Place to Work category. The Fresh Awards from the Fresh Produce Consortium are the industry’s most […]

Open post

UK Minister for Africa visits Blue Skies Ghana

UK Minister for Africa, James Duddridge, and UK Trade Envoy to Ghana, Adam Afriyie, visited Blue Skies today with the British High Commission to Ghana to see how the company is managing to export high quality value-added fresh-fruit products and employ over three thousand people, despite the challenges being faced […]

Open post

Blue Skies Egypt opens new training centre

Blue Skies Egypt has recently inaugurated the new Training Centre. It was designed and built internally by BSE Engineering Manager, Khaled Awad. It consists of two large rooms and was built above the cafeteria building. There was a demand for a training facility for our staff as well as our […]

Posts navigation

1 2 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Scroll to top