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Aldi is a leading retailer across Europe, Australia and the USA, and is currently involved in a three-year partnership to support young farmers in Kenya. By funding our Growing Futures project Aldi is helping to educate and improve the lives of more than 400 young people in Kitale, western Kenya. Aldi is also a Silver Sponsor of Farm Africa's Food for Good campaign.




Cullisse produce the multi-award winning CULLISSE Highland Rapeseed Oil products. As the most northerly cold pressed rapeseed oil, CULLISSE Highland Rapeseed Oil benefits from the unique micro-climate and fertile soils of Easter Ross in the Scottish Highlands. Cullisse has supported Farm Africa since the company was created, by donating 20p for every litre of oil sold.


Devenish Nutrition

Devenish provide nutritional solutions for the intensive livestock sector with focus on the pig, poultry, equine and companion animal sectors, supported by a Research and Development programme. As part of their partnership, Devenish’s employees are uniting behind Farm Africa through taking part in a variety of fundraising activities. Devenish is also a Platinum Sponsor of Farm Africa’s ‘Food for Good’ campaign

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is one of the world’s best restaurants. Executive chef at Dinner, Ashley Palmer-Watts, has been a long-standing supporter of Farm Africa, taking part in climbing challenges and designing a menu for Farm Africa’s Gala. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is a sponsor of Farm Africa’s Dine for Good campaign, which allows diners in participating restaurants to add a discretionary £1 donation onto their bill - money which goes directly to Farm Africa. 


Hippeas are a new organic chickpea puffs brand, committed to producing healthy snacks. Hippeas are working with Farm Africa on a three-year partnership to help farmers in eastern Africa build a more prosperous life. For every pack sold, Hippeas donates 1p to Farm Africa’s work. 

Moy Park

Moy Park is one of the largest producers of organic, free range and corn fed poultry in Europe. Moy Park is a long-standing partner of Farm Africa and is currently involved in a three-year partnership during which employees are taking part in a variety of fundraising activities. Moy Park is also a Platinum Sponsor of Farm Africa’s Food for Good campaign.

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RED RED Super Stews, a new range of African-inspired lunch pots created in partnership with Zoe Adjonyoh from Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, are on sale across the UK. The vegan, gluten-free mini-meals not only taste good and look good, but do good, with 12p for every pot sold donated to Farm Africa to help African farmers escape poverty by growing more and selling more. 

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World's 50 Best Restaurants 

Farm Africa is delighted to be the official charity partner to the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Organised and compiled by William Reed Business Media, the World's 50 Best Restaurants awards is an annual list of the world's finest restaurants, which provides a snapshot of some of the best destinations for unique culinary experiences, in addition to being a barometer for global gastronomic trends.

Our 2018 Food for Good sponsors

Zafi sponsors 

Zafi means 'tree' in Amharic. This is the highest level of Food for Good sponsor.


Dovecote Park

Dovecote Park is one of the top independent processors in the UK, supplying the finest British beef, veal and venison to supermarkets nationwide.

Moy Park

Moy Park is one of the largest producers of organic, free range and corn fed poultry in Europe. In April 2015, Moy Park committed to an exciting three-year partnership with Farm Africa, with the aim of raising an ambitious £100,000 in support of our work in eastern Africa through a wide variety of activities.

William Reed Business Media

As the official Media Partner to Food for Good, William Reed Business Media support Farm Africa with coverage of the campaign through a number of their business media titles including The Grocer, Big Hospitality and Restaurant Magazine. Managing directors Charles Reed and Lorraine Hendle, as well as other colleagues, have taken on sporting events in support of Farm Africa.

Majani sponsors

Majani means 'leaf' in Swahili.

Berry Gardens

Berry Gardens is the UK’s leading berry and stone fruit production and marketing group with sales in 2012 of £200 million, a market share in excess of 30% and a year round business supplying all of Britain’s leading retailers. Supporting Farm Africa’s sustainable work in eastern Africa enables Berry Gardens to demonstrate their global commitment to farmers’ livelihoods to both their colleagues and external stakeholders.


Oscar Mayer

Oscar Mayer specialises in making and developing retailer label prepared foods for the top UK grocery retailers.


Thompsons is a leading supplier of poultry and livestock feedstuffs. Thompsons proudly supports Food for Good as a Gold Sponsor.

W&R Barnett

W&R Barnett is the holding company of a diversified group of international commodity trading, storage, agribusiness and industrial companies. W&R Barnett is proud to support the Food for Good campaign.

Ensigo sponsors

Ensigo means 'seed' in Luganda.

Dairy Crest

Dairy Crest is a leading UK dairy food company, processing and selling market leading branded dairy products and ingredients for the UK and global markets. Farm Africa’s Chairman Richard Macdonald is a non-executive Director at Dairy Crest. 


Vitacress is one of Europe's leading suppliers of fresh produce, specialising in watercress, salads and fresh herbs.

Corporate supporters

L J Fairburn

L J Fairburn and Son Limited is one of the largest independent egg producers and packers in the UK. They started working with Farm Africa in 2013. In 2014, Daniel Fairburn took part in the Kilimanjaro climbing challenge and in 2018 will be taking on the Saharan Challenge in aid of Farm Africa.


Sussex-based Barfoots grows, processes and packs vegetables. In 2011 Managing Director Julian Marks climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, raising £250,000, and also took part in the Tanzanian Highland Challenge in 2013. Colleagues from Barfoots visited the Afula group in Kenya. In the UK, Barfoots employees have run the London Marathon for Farm Africa, and hosted fundraising balls in aid of Farm Africa. Barfoots is also a Platinum Sponsor of the Food for Good campaign.



Farmcare is one of the UK’s leading farmers and emerged from the cooperative movement. Farmcare support Farm Africa via a charity cricket match.


Food Matters Live

Food Matters Live is a UK event that brings together the food and drink industry, retailers, food service providers, government officials and those working in nutrition, to enable collaboration and innovation to support a sustainable food landscape for the future. Food Matters Live is hosting Farm Africa in their 2016 edition.


London Produce Show

The London Produce Show is a UK event for the fresh fruit, vegetable and flower industries.