Pineapples in Luwero are a must bite for tourists destined to Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth National Park and Kidepo Valley National Park. The organic fruit weighing more than 4kg has a price tag of less than sh3000. It all depends on one’s haggling skills.
“Soon, a trip to Uganda without tasting a pineapple will be declared incomplete,” said Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO) spokesperson, Jonathan Baniah. “We are urging all tour operators to include a trip to Luwero as part of the itinerary.”
Destined to Murchison Falls National Park, two Japanese Midori Lsozaki and Kusano Kazuki had their tongues wagging for the juicy harvest when they made a stopover in Luwero to sample them on 40 acres of a pineapple garden and Sulma Foods processing plant.
“These fruits are bigger than my head!” exclaimed Losaki as she was served a whole fruit dripping with juice. “Give me chop sticks?” Losaki was told to wash her hands an... Read more
Competitiveness & enterprise development project: deadline 30th November 2016
Herewith attached is a call for proposals for
the matching grant facility offered by Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU).
Sectors of interest are horticulture,
tourism, coffee, grains, pulses, edible oils, fisheries and ICT
See Fourth call proposals attached for details