Siaka SANON is the son of a cereal seller. He took over his mother’s business and transformed it into a corn processing unit where semolina, flour, gritz and bran for animals are produced.
Siaka saw that the consumer trend is changing and that the consumer would be interested to buy semi-processed products, rather than buying corn kernels and prepare from scratch. This is how he started to process corn into different products, an activity that paid off for him.
“Our vision is to believe that from local raw materials, we can have very good quality products,” says Siaka. This video was produced with financial support from the Economic Growth Program in the Agricultural Sector (PCESA).