Honey, a natural product of very high nutritive value is made when the nectar (floral) and sweet deposits from plants (non floral) are gathered, modified and stored in the honeycombs by honeybees of the genera Apis and Meliponini.

Homefoods Honey has been accepted as reputable and effective therapeutic agent by practitioners of conventional medicine and by the general public. Its beneficial role has been endorsed to its antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant activities as well as boosting of the immune system.

Since ancient times, Honey has been used for its medicinal properties to treat a wide variety of ailments. It may be used alone or in conjunction with other substances and administered orally or topically for the eradication of certain ailments. High-quality honey contains many important antioxidants. These include organic acids and phenolic compounds like flavonoids.


A visit from our Netherlands Customers

A visit from our Netherlands Customers (Asia Express) to our Accra Office on 15th November 2019.

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.


Homefoods was priveledged to host our European customers (Fresh Tropical) at our Accra Office-Odorkor.