Gedena Organics is an online-only private platform initiated to help or support and consult agricultural and food sector operators locally, regionally and internationally. Gedena Organics takes its name, that is in Tigrinya language (One of the main Eritrean Languages)Gedena means production around the house and the management system is related to the most natural and without any external inputs which can potentially make it Organic that only lucks the certificate (Uncertified Organic but very safe and natural). 

Through this online platform, smallholding farm or business operators can benefit on the how-to farm, sell or market their fresh produce or minimally processed products on the local, regional and international markets.

Small-scale farmers, retailers, and wholesalers of agricultural produce and food products will benefit from the services on best practices on production, handling, processing and manufacturing management systems, quality and safety maintenance and marketing and trading.

Organic management organic operators in the food chain on the acceptable agronomic practices to farmers, good manufacturing practices for processors and handling and quality & safety standards and certifications when dealing with fresh and minimally processed food/ skin products for the wholesalers and retainers, certification and importing and exporting requirements and management and healthy and happy eating or consumptions at the final consumer ends.

Geneva organics’ primary focus is on the African current and future conditions and EU diasporas intending to import organic and locally grown healthy food/ skincare products from African to European Markets.


Welcome to Gedena Organics


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Oscar Wilde.

This blog is mainly to highlight the main reasons why I have chosen to go for GEDENA ORGANICS. Modern farming and food systems has shown its failed systems over the last 3 decades throughout the world.

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