Below are Good African's achievements and milestones over the last nine years:

   
  • Good African Launches Online online store in USA
Sainsbury's Supermarket (UK)
  • Good African launches its coffee in both the Sansbury's supermarkets and Tesco stores in the UK
  • Good African Nominated for the FT ArcelorMittal Boldness in Business Award
Inside the Good African Factory
  • Good African concludes US distribution agreement
  • Roasting & Packing facilities opened in Kampala
Tea Nursery
  • Good African Tea launched in Kabale, Uganda
Andrew Rugasira, Founder/CEO
  • CEO Andrew Rugasira nominated Young Global Leader 2007 by World Economic Forum
  • Extensive media exposure ? BBC Hard Talk, CNN, various print media
  • CEO Andrew Rugasira nominated Uganda Chapter Chairman of Eastern Africa Fine Coffee Association
First Good African Farmer Awards Ceremony held in Kasese December 2006
  • Good African Freeze Dried Instant Coffee launched in Tesco supermarkets in the UK
  • Roast and ground coffee launched in Tesco and J Sainsbury?s in the UK
  • First Good African Farmer Awards Ceremony held in Kasese December 2006
Local Store with Good African products
  • Waitrose supermarkets (UK) agrees to list Good African Coffee - the first time an African owned coffee brand has listed its products in the UK
  • Launch of Good African Coffee brands - Gold, Prestige and Espresso
  • Corporate vision of Trade Not Aid launched at House of Lords reception in London, England
  • Good African Coffee served at the G8 Business Summit in London; and receives extensive media coverage
50-50 profit sharing principle launched as an economic model for community transformation
  • Distribution deal signed with Shoprite Checkers, Africa?s largest retail supermarket to list Good African coffee in South Africa
  • 50-50 profit sharing principle launched as an economic model for community transformation
  • First Good African coffee shop opened in Kampala, Uganda
Farmer training schemes launched to provide support in agronomy best practices
  • Company founded by Andrew Rugasira
  • First field office opened in Kasese district of western Uganda
  • Over 14,000 coffee farmers organised into more than 240 farmer groups
  • Farmer training schemes launched to provide support in agronomy best practices
  • The Company begins a drive for export markets - specifically South Africa
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