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AGT Foods expands in WC, aims to become top supplier of dry food goods

To accommodate the rapid expansion of AGT Foods in the Western Cape, the AGT Foods Africa Cape Town division recently moved to new premises at the Golf Air Park 11, Airport Industria.

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“AGT Foods Africa stores, processes and distributes seeds, grains, pulses, flours, and spices to the food industry throughout South Africa. In Cape Town alone, we distribute over 200 metric tonnes of product per month to wholesalers and factories,” said Wendy Worthington, sales manager, AGT Foods Africa, Cape Town at the official opening on 1 September 2017.

“We recently received FSSC22000 Food Safety accreditation at our new facility. This certification conforms to our Food Safety Management policy. We can also proudly say all of our products are NON-GMO,” added Wendy.

The new modern warehouse is 2,308m² in size, of which over 2,000m² is warehousing space. Golf Air Park is a brand-new business park with 24-hour security located next to Cape Town International Airport and in close proximity to transport infrastructure.

“Our aim is to become the top supplier of all dry food goods in the Western Cape,” concluded Wendy.
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Comment
Mel Brandle
it's really great to see your facility reach a new standard. It's a milestone of achievement and a sign that the business is moving places! I reckon that you'll start seeing a lot more interest in all the units of production at this facility now that everything in storage and production is going to be accredited!
Posted on 27 Dec 2018 05:46
Nathan Davidson
Where there is demand, there is bound to be supply. This calls for expansions of businesses which clearly show how rapid the progress of a certain industry is. We can see storage facilities being acquired or newly developed to support the increasing volume of inventories in order to fulfill demand orders.
Posted on 19 Feb 2019 09:33

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