Radville Farms Ltd was incorporated and established in The Gambia in August 1985 as an additional supply base for Wealmoor Ltd to help fill the “winter gap” in Europe with exotic fruits and vegetables.

Radville Farms Ltd is owed by Wealmoor Ltd of London, UK, with common ownership under Lutus Flower Holding Ltd with Gambian shareholders owing small equity shares in the company.

Wealmoor Ltd is one of the leading suppliers to UK retailers and the food service and wholesale sector. It specialises in the supply and delivery of fresh exotic fruits and specialty vegetables. The company grows, imports and market sub-tropical produce to the UK and the EU.

Wealmoor Co. Ltd prides itself of commercialising the export of horticultural products in several developing countries by engaging both at the macro and micro levels.

Wealmoor Co. Ltd has major operations in Kenya, Brazil, Israel, Peru, Ghana, Thailand and export exotic fruits and vegetables to the UK Market and many other EU member states, including Germany, Belgium and France.

In The Gambia, Wealmoor has over the years made vast investment in the operation of Radville Farms Ltd. These include the acquisition and development of 350 hectares of land for vegetables and mango production at Nemakunku and Tubakuta villages in the West Coast Region.

The investment also include modern pack house and processing facilities at the Banjul International Airport with handling and storage capacity of 240 tons, this capacity can be increased with additional investments.

Radville Farms operations are now centred around Tubakuta Village in Kombo Central with a total area of around 300 hectares of production land and several further satellite sites for extra mango production. The mango farm is situated approximately 25 minutes drive from Radville’s main pack house and cold storage facilities at the Banjul International Airport and another farm at Nemakunku which was the first farm of Radville Farms under the CGP project.

Recent additions to the Tubakuta farm include a site of 25 hectares for mango production under the CGP project and an automated mango packing facility on the site.