Global demand for coconut products is rising 10% per annum. Global supply of coconuts is lagging - and 95% nuts come from smallholder farmers

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  • Consolidate: we are acquiring coconut assets across the Caribbean
  • Diversity: we are branching out to add a portfolio of high-value crops
  • Vertically integrate: we are moving up the value-chain into midstream processing

We aim to be an integrated coconut & spice grower & processor with assets spread across the Caribbean. This model lets us combine best practice in agriculture with innovation in processing, thereby ensuring our end-product is the highest quality for the international market. Our processing facilities will be supplied 40-50% by our agricultural estates, the rest coming from carefully-selected partner farmers

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  • Coconut water is one of the fastest growing consumer products, estimated to reach a $8bn market in 2023. Nearly half of global demand comes from North America
  • Coconut supply is falling short: Asian producers (75% world supply) face decreasing yields after decades of under-investment, land is being lost through urbanisation and erratic weather patterns threaten harvests
  • Guyana is poised to take advantage:
    • Fertile soils, plentiful rainfall, outside of hurricane belt
    • Close to demand center
    • Nascent industry benefiting from government support
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GUYANA: our home base

An English-speaking Parliamentary Democracy of 750,000 people, Guyana is considered the "breadbasket of the Caribbean". The nation is 87% forested and one of the world's most pristine rainforests. Most people live along a narrow coastal belt though indigenous peoples inhabit many communities throughout the country. Until recently, the agricultural sector relied on sugar and rice: now there is a new kid on the block