We are excited to announce that the Samba Caju project in Angola has been officially inaugurated. Yesterday at the ceremony, the agro-industrial project was delivered to the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Mr. António de Assis. The Samba Caju is an advanced and innovative agricultural project integrating new technologies and innovations to assist Angola in creating food security, reducing imports, and becoming self-sufficient. With 2,000 Ha of cultivated land, the farm is expected to produce an estimated 30,000 tons per year of soybean and corn. Crops essential to support the livestock sector, thus impacting food security. Creating new job opportunities for the local population and contributing to the development of the agriculture sector, the project has the potential to expand and impact the socio-economic growth of the country.