Working with Homefoods

Culture of Company

Homefoods culture of leadership entails allowing people to grow, be creative and innovative, combining intellect, idiosyncrasies to face challenges and devising solutions in their various roles.  All departments work independently but are inter-dependent on each other. This strategy of advising and directing the team has facilitated our evolution from the kitchen table to the factory floor and on to a conglomerate in our Transformation Plan for the next ten years.

You will need these qualities to join THE HOMEFOODS FAMILY.

  • Commitment
  • Loyalty
  • Integrity
  • Principles
  • Ethics
  • Passion
  • Perfection
  • Frugal with resources

Our company is customer based, not product based.



A visit from our Netherlands Customers

A visit from our Netherlands Customers (Asia Express) to our Accra Office.

Ghana: Growing from a small palm oil exporter into a sizeable food business

Felicia Twumasi established Homefoods in 1995. The idea for a business had been brewing since she was at convent school. Initially, the company focused exclusively on the export of red palm oil, securing substantial market share through a partner in the UK under the Blue Bay label, but today it also produces a range spices and seasonings, sauces and local Ghanaian favourites such as gari. Jeanette Clark spoke to Felicia about putting a supply chain in place, export vs local markets and the grind to grow the company’s customer base.

International Food & Beverages Quality Award

On 30th January, 2017, Homefoods Processing & Cannery Limited was recognized as part of The Global Trade Leaders ́ Club at The International Food & Beverage Quality Awards, which was held in Madrid, Spain. The CEO of Homefoods, Ms Felicia Twumasi received the award on behalf of the company. The award scheme was created to distinguish and stimulate companies belonging to the Food and Beverage sector worldwide.