Chili pepper that change lives


Eleblu is a Ghanaian company with expertise in pepper production and processing. We have been producing, processing and supplying dried chilis to some of the largest processing facilities in Accra (Ghana) for the past 5 years. We understand the quality requirements and are consistently able to produce and aggregate to meet market standards.

In order to meet our growing demand, we have partnered with 600 registered smallholder farmers, who will be farming and supplying us under our outgrower scheme. We plan to equip them with farming inputs, .i.e. Training, ploughing services, fertilizers, seeds, agrochemicals etc. In the next 2 to 3 years our goal is to partner with over 3,000 outgrower farmers with the significant impact of creating a sustainable income stream for them, providing them with skilled training and help improve their output quality.


400 mt/year of Fresh produce for the local market

100,000 Tree Seedlings granted to outgrower farmers for living fencing. Protecting them against harvest damages by cattle or bushfires

600 Outgrower farmers 85% of which are women

214 farmers leaving previous activity of cutting down trees to produce wood charcoal to start farming chili pepper sustainably. A total of 500 farmers have been trained in chili pepper farming to date.


Kojo M. Adom

As Project Lead Kojo Mensah Adom, has been farming vegetables, chilies specifically since 2015. He is also a board member.

Francis Eleblu

He has over 20 years of experience in the agricultural sector. Francis is also a board member.

Dr. Pearl Dumenu-Attipoe

Pearl holds a Doctor of Business Administration from the SMC University in Switzerland and is a board member.

Albert Addy

Albert is the General Manager, overseeing all activities