Why You Should Sign Up For the F2S Program

Having a passion to contribute to the economic development of the country via food product development is also one step to minimizing wastage and spoilage of farm produce.

There however are hurdles food developers face during their product development journey. Be it formulating the right recipe that meet nutritional needs of the public, developing packaging that are tamper proof to meeting regulatory requirements for registering the final product.

Currently, the Food and Drugs Authority in Ghana has made several effort in ensuring that small scale food manufacturers are able to subject their products to be assessed and approved before introduction to the market. As part of efforts to make this vision achievable, the Farm-2-Shelf Program reachs out to SME’s that are interested in registering their food product with the FDA and offer free guidance and advisory at no cost.

With 6 years experience in food analysis and registration procedures, the founder of the F2S Program offers a one on one assistance to businesses that sign up to the program. Key areas of interest are assessing ingredients used, food labels and assisting in document preparation for their food registration with the FDA.

Signing up to the program only takes a few minutes. Below are the steps to being an F2SP Beneficiary after which you would be connected to a rep from the team to commence the success journey.

No business is too small to regularise, no food is to small to trigger a safety issue. Join us today to bridge the gap in promoting healthy and safe indigenous foods in Ghana.

When you think of making an impact in your community, the only fulfilment you look forward to is in seeing your objectives realised and that’s all I hope to achieve with this program; contributing to nutritious and safe foods in Ghana. – Mabel Otoo

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