Eku Juice from the Ekumfi Juice factory, which falls under the One-District-One-Factory (1D1F) policy of the Akufo-Addo-led government, has found its way to the United Kingdom (UK).
Photos shared on the 1D1F official Facebook page showed investor participants in the ongoing Ghana Investment Opportunities Summit in the UK, enjoying the locally produced juice.
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The fruit juice comes in three different flavours; Pine-Ginja, Pine-Tropic and Pineapple, and has been on sale in the country since November, 2019.
The Ekumfi Juice factory, situated in the Central region, is the biggest pineapple juice processing factory in West Africa, with the capacity to process 10 tonnes of fruits per hour.
It is also the first factory to be constructed under the government’s One-District-One-Factory project aimed at creating jobs for Ghanaians and industrialisng the country.
The Ghana Investment Opportunities Summit currently underway on the sidelines of the UK-Africa Investment Summit aims to woo investors, particularly, those of African descent to invest in Ghana.