Tomato traders and consumers in Ghana are expected to have better times ahead, as investors are set to invest in the tomato industry and increase production. The shortage of tomatoes on the market was caused by conflicts in neighboring Burkina Faso, while tomato farmers in the Northern part of Ghana faced challenges such as poor infrastructure and road networks, leading to price increases. However, with this investment, the sector is expected to improve and alleviate these issues.
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This has led to price increases. However, Deputy Minister Addo noted that investors were poised to take over the farmlands and pump money into the tomato industry. This boost in the sector, he said, will ...