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Africa is one of the most promising markets in agriculture today. Our forward-looking strategy combines local African know-how, international business development expertise, and cutting-edge farming techniques with a sustainable approach in order to grow value all across the value chain. Welcome to one of Africa´s most dynamic food enterprises. Welcome to Amatheon Agri.

Our Philosophy

It´s our vision to contribute towards making Sub-Saharan Africa a prospering and well-nourished region of the world.

In order to increase independence from unnecessary food imports, we strive to become a leading player within the African agri sector. Our mission is to drive positive change by providing sustainable economic growth and wellbeing both for local communities and for our international shareholders.

We are convinced that providing economic growth, improving people’s livelihoods and respecting the environment need to go hand in hand. This enables us to live up to our promise: Growing Value.


Recognising that its success relies on the calibre and capabilities of its staff, Amatheon aims to attract, motivate and retain the best talent by being an inspiring, supportive and rewarding employer. Amatheon prioritises fair and safe working conditions for all employees, zero corruption, non-discrimination, and upholding internationally recognized human rights. Amatheon commits to the highest health and safety standards, ensures grievance mechanisms to address misconduct, actively monitors adherence to labor laws and upholds international human rights. Amatheon is also a participant of the UN Global Compact initiative which advocates for the adherence to ten principles comprising of human rights, environment, labor and anti-corruption.


Independent Research Paper on the Impact of Amatheon’s Outgrower Model in Zambia Published by IDOS

20 December 2022

After five years of research, two rounds of on-site data collection (2018 and 2021), more than 1,000 face-to-face interviews with rural households, and several discussion rounds with Amatheon Agri’s staff…

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UN Global Compact Annual Conference held in Berlin

27 October 2022

As an active member of the United Nations (UN) Global Compact Network over the last 6 years and with a commitment to working towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Amatheon…

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Start of soya trading with smallholder farmers

3 June 2022

Soya purchases from small-scale farmers underway  In the second quarter of 2022, Amatheon Agri Zambia has begun buying soya beans, maize and sunflower seeds from smallholder farmers with the aim…

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