About QuinoaHub

QuinoaHub is a superfoods company specialized in the research, production, and supply of quinoa and other superfoods, making them more accessible and affordable to clients and consumers to promote and develop a healthy diet and lifestyle. 
Our Mission

We are on a mission to satisfy the demand for nutrient-dense foods in Africa and the world.

Our Vision

We envision Africa and the world where all have access to affordable nutritious food that is sustainably produced by local people.

2021

What We Do

Our products and services are designed to help make nutritious food more available, accessible, and affordable while promoting ecological farming. Our commitment is to produce both organic and conventional products using sustainable agricultural practices that respect the environment and the well-being of the farmers and communities we work in.
Improved Seeds

We develop nutritious, agronomically competitive crop varieties and make the seeds available to farmers and other stakeholders.

Farm Livelihoods

We partner with farmers to share best practices and strengthen farming communities.

Market Access

Every farmer in our network has access to a guaranteed profitable market. We also transport food to areas of need.

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Research & Development

QuinoaHub is involved in a range of activities with the aim of increasing and improving our product portfolio. We are involved in the breeding and selection of a range of high-value crops. Our research and development projects cover subjects such as diseases, pests, weed management, protein fractionation, and product development.
2020
Strategy

We work hand-in-hand with the farmers and their communities, through participatory breeding and collaborative agroecological systems research and knowledge-sharing that strengthen their capacities and access to the right seed source for nutritious diets.

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Environment & Sustainability

We foster research and development on nutrient-dense indigenous/ancient crops that respond well to climate change while exploring production practices that result in more nutritious diets at affordable cost with environmental sustainability in mind.