What we do
For agribusiness such as commodity traders, aggregators, feed producers and food processing companies, we provide effective hardware and software technologies that help them measure grain quality, reduce post-harvest losses and increase productivity.
Our digital marketplace also helps aggregators and grain traders access new markets and find new suppliers.
For smallholder farmers
For smallholder grain farmers, we bundle proven post-harvest management technologies and other value added services and make them available to farmers in a way they can afford through our innovative FarmerPack model.
We also help farmers access premium markets and earn more from their harvest so they can break the cycle of poverty.
Discover GrainMate, a trusted brand of post-harvest management technologies proudly crafted and manufactured in Ghana.
GrainMate Grain Moisture Meter
Ensuring that grains are stored at the right moisture level is critical in reducing insect infestation and mould growth. With our GrainMate Grain Moisture Meter, anyone can easily measure the moisture content in their grains to make sure they are dry enough before storage.
GrainMate Warehouse Monitor Coming Soon
GrainMate Warehouse Monitor gives warehouse managers the ability to easily monitor the temperature and humidity of their warehouses and take action when needed. With the GrainMate app, managers can access intelligent warehouse climate reports from their phones even when they are away.
…and now, the GrainMate App
Our GrainMate App brings the power of digital technology unto the smartphones of agribusinesses.
Our powerful tools help agribusinesses connect with buyers and sellers, track moisture content in their grains and learn better post-harvest management techniques.
From the app users can easily manage their GrainMate devices and access quick and efficient support.
We’re impacting lives too…
See how we are combining affordable technologies with post-harvest management training to make a big difference in the lives of farmers.
Latest from Our Blog
For grains to last longer in storage, they have to lose moisture. This means, for a moisture reading to be normal, it has to be a lower percentage ranging between 12% to 25%. This depends mostly on the type of grain you’re measuring.
There are a lot of factors to consider when choosing a grain moisture meter, including accuracy, ease of use, price, mode of operation, calibration, moisture measurement range, number of species supported and more.
Aflatoxins are toxic substances produced by mould fungi. The presence of aflatoxins in grains degrade its quality and quantity leading to loss of income and investment. It is therefore important that farmers and commodity traders take measures in preventing aflatoxins from infesting grains.