Mamusa Marketing is an export promoting company, which has been in operation since 1997 with expertise in the field of dried fruit.
The EMIA program of the South African Department of Trade and Industry was crucial to establish and to promote the dried fruit from South Africa.
Together with local producers, Mamusa played a vital role in the growth of natural dried fruit products throughout the world. This grew from a few metric tons in 1999 to a worldwide demand at present.
The tropical area of Malelane and sub-tropical area of Hoedspruit along the world renown Kruger National Park and the Mediterranean climate of the Western Cape inland from Cape Town and Table Mountain (one of the new 7 wonders of the world), into Switzerland, Germany, Italy, The United Kingdom, The Netherlands and Norway, with new focus on Japan and other Asian Countries.
Social and Environmental Responsibilities
Sustainability All our fruit is sourced locally and where possible, is aligned to our values of being an environmentally responsible enterprise. Our future lies in our ability to both adapt to and protect the planet’s precious resources. We aim to produce, process and package (3p’s) in a sustainable manner that builds for a better future.
Traceability Systems are in place to ensure that all our products can be traced back to their original source, even after sales. We keep full records of all production practices and retention samples are kept for the shelf life of the product. All these records, once they are compiled, are retained for a minimum period of two years.
Quality & Controls Fruits are sourced from farms using the Global Gap System which are audited annually by an external auditor. To ensure food safety, the factories are HACCP or BRC accredited.
Environmental Management The task of managing commercial agricultural activities within a sensitive eco-system places a large responsibility on management. Our farmers accept full responsibility as custodians of the environment and are committed to the management of bio-diversity, the responsible use of natural resources and the minimising and responsible handling of waste.