The project involves the processing of mango, banana, guava, pineapple and all citrus fruits into juice concentrates, fruit pulps, fruit nectars and essential oils. The project will in the initial phase rely on fruits from small-holder farmers and later progress to extension services to guarantee quality and reliability of supply.Some fruit will be marketed as fresh while the bulk will be processed to ready to drink state. The estimated investment cost of the project is $23million to cover infrastructure set-up and working capital.