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ZERO Hunger

Don Limóns Commitment to Zero Hunger

Don Limón is committed to initiating agricultural projects in developing regions such as Latin America, Africa and Asia. We oversee and manage the supply chain of fruits and vegetables – from production until the products reach the worldwide retailers. Our agricultural projects provide:

  • Work for smallholder farmers
  • Women empowerment
  • Increase food for the national consumption
  • Stable income for farmers
  • International marketing relations
  • Export opportunities to different international markets
  • Educational training, guidance and assistance
  • Technical support
  • Sustainable and smart agricultural practices

Don Limón officially declares to work towards a world without Hunger.

The UN and FAO Sustainable Development Goals are on the top of our agenda and we want to create a social, environmental and economic impact in rural regions to improve the livelihood of the population.

As of now, we established three successful projects in India (table grapes), Mexico (organic limes) and Honduras (sweet potato). Through this we created employment and worked towards a better livelihood of all people involved in the projects.

For further and detailed information about our development projects, please check out our:
develoPPP India, develoPPP Mexico, Honduras Project

Don Limón is committed to rise from the participant level to become a champion in the Zero Hunger Challenge. We want to achieve that through further agricultural projects in Central America and Africa. At this point we are in communications with people on-site and funding organizations as well as donors to receive the necessary financial support.


Don Limón has long years of experience in working with cultural differences. We learned that partners in local communities are keys when it comes to successful development business. Through native speakers in our international team who are agricultural experts, Don Limón became part of this world and was able to overcome cultural and physical differences. Furthermore, we use university research to conduct information that helps us develop and achieve a better production.

Our way to manage the supply chain, allows us to be the producer alongside with smallholder farmers, who are able to improve their living conditions and livelihood through production and education on sustainable farming and subsequently achieve a stable income throughout the whole year. Moreover, fruits and vegetables play a big role for a nutritious and healthy diet in the production country as well as the in the northern hemisphere.

For further information about the Zero Hunger Challenge, please visit this website:
Zero Hunger Challenge
And check out our additional information material, listed below.

Contact Person:
Lena Ingenillem



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