Boustan Sabz, a multi-disciplinary agriculture and livestock development and investment company, has proven itself to be a dynamic and progressive enterprise, positioning itself as one of the leading privately-owned agribusiness firm in Afghanistan since inception in 2007.
As a result of our prudent approach, we have grown steadily and remained resilient despite challenging market conditions. We have accomplished this through adapting to an evolving competitive landscape, relentless commitment to quality, and fiscal discipline, including the efficient deployment of capital, thus making impressive progress in a short period of time.
Through a combination of entrepreneurial spirit, professional excellence, and in-depth understanding of the demand-supply dynamics in the local, regional and international agribusiness industry, we have managed to invest in several fresh fruits & vegetables production and processing lines such as juice and juice concentrate production, tomato paste, tomato purée, and tomato concentrate production, livestock (poultry production), media (Boustan Sabz 87.5 FM the first agriculture radio station in Afghanistan), pharmaceutical, contract farming, agriculture research and dried fruit processing and packaging in Afghanistan.
While we are headquartered in Afghanistan, we have expanded internationally within the Indian and UAE markets and diversified our portfolio to include investments in the aforementioned areas.
Building on our success, we look forward to a new era of growth as we develop more projects both locally and internationally. Furthermore, we will continue to pursue new investment opportunities that maximize value creation for our stakeholders and consumers even in an uncertain economic climate.
AGRICULTURE MATTERS TO THE FUTURE OF DEVELOPMENT
We are engaged in supplying Afghan produced fresh fruits and vegetables through contract farming to domestic and international clients. Boustan has successfully established contracts with hundreds of farmers and numerous Agricultural Cooperatives and Farmers Unions across Afghanistan.