Investing in our independent farming partners by introducing best practices, providing a consistent buying outlet, and paying a fair price for mangos.
Ensuring every mango is utilized – no waste. Washing, packing and delivering fresh grade one mangos to global fruit buyers, and processing all grade two and three fruit in our puree processing facility for industrial use.
World Class Processing
CAM GAP – Good Agriculture Practices
Factory Certifications (in progress)
Carefully designed logistics networks. Specially designed case packs to ensure proper airflow and temp management. Food safety and traceability standards. Quality Control measures and grading standards for consistent quality and freshness.
Our modern processing facility focuses on food quality and food safety and is designed to meet international food safety standards
Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) is a certified document issued by the Ministry of Agriculture forestry and fisheries of Cambodia. GAP verifies that fruits and vegetables are produced, packed, handled and stored as safely as possible to minimize the risks of food hazards
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Angkor Harvest is committed to developing Cambodian farms and stimulating economic growth, improving supply chains and infrastructure, and building market partnerships between developing countries and global markets. We are using the UN Sustainable Development Goals as a global blueprint for achieving a more sustainable future.
Developing sustainable infrastructure
Angkor Harvest is a project company of InfraCo Asia Development Pte Ltd (InfraCo Asia), on behalf of whom Infunde Development is developing the project.
Headquartered in Singapore, InfraCo Asia is a commercially managed infrastructure development and investment company of the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG). InfraCo Asia invests and develops sustainable infrastructure projects that contribute to economic growth, social development and poverty reduction. InfraCo Asia is currently funded by four members of PIDG – the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands (DGIS), the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).