Forest Mpya, Block M, PLot 2360/3, Mbeya, Tanzania
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Maize is the third most important crop after rice and wheat. Maize has its significance as a source of a large number of industrial products besides its uses as human food and animal feed. We deal with acquiring the best quality of yellow and white maize.

The grade quality of Maize from ImetokaTanzania Company Ltd. contains high nutritional value, purity and durability. All our sourcing is guaranteed with strict quality processes and stringent norms to ensure our customers with the best product.

All our Maize is cultivated in a highly sterile environment under the inspection of agriculture experts. We always strive hard to supply the best quality to our customers.

We source hygienically cultivated groundnuts under the supervision of professionals using stringent quality checks and thereby meeting food industry standards. Depends on customer requirement, we offer bulk shipments in different packaging sizes along with container shipments.

We provide high-quality Tanzania maize to the local and export markets. We source the raw fresh Tanzania maize from family growers in the country.
Tanzania maize (Zea mays) or mahindi in Swahili is the most common cereal in this East African country. It is a proud staple especially in the milled form that makes the famous ugali or sima meal. It occupies about 45 percent of the cultivated acreage in Tanzania. Approximately 3.5 million households in the country grow the staple for chief subsistence while 85 percent of the population consumes it in different forms daily. The state is the biggest grower of the crop in the region and often supplies neighbors like Kenya and Uganda during times of deficit in the respective nations. The historical basis of maize began in Mexico about 10000 years ago. It not only features as one of the earliest crops to be domesticated but also appears in recent cultures such as Mayan as a religious symbol.

Importance of Eating Maize
Eating maize is a leeway into health especially starch. Its mineral range includes zinc, which promotes wound healing at a proportion of 5 percent per serving. The magnesium margin, essential for bone maintenance is 10 percent per serving. The manganese levels of the daily value stand at 8 percent. The range of vitamins includes folate which comes at 11 percent of the daily requirements. The vitamin C margin is 8 percent per serving, essential for providing substantial protection against disease. The thiamine margin is also relatively high at 13 percent of the daily value.
We export Tanzania maize to Kenya in East Africa, France, German, China, Nethland. Our sources grow their cereal on patches of land that are less than two acres in extent. They use farmyard manure and do not apply pesticides on their farms to reduce harmful effects.
Our packages of Tanzania maize come in 50-kilo capacities. We use commercial sacks made of natural and synthetic materials including sisal and plastic as well as nylon. We include film linings in all our synthetic bags as the sisal ones have natural aeration. We feature produce labels in the final packages inclusive of the packing date, the net weight and the country of origin.
Our storage parameters for Tanzania maize are similar to those in traditional granaries at room temperature. We maintain 25 degrees Celsius while the moisture level stays at less than 14 percent. This careful combination keeps out the probability of aflatoxin or mold formation.
We also transport Tanzania maize at the same temperature range to the airport in Arusha or Dar-es-Salaam via our special trucks. We also use shipping means from the port in Dar-es-Salaam. This means that the consignment will reach your destination in a day or two after dispatch.

Please feel free to contact us if you need any further information