eragano, start-up engaged in agricultural technology is collaborated by Unilever to create superior quality and environmentally friendly chili with the principles of sustainable agriculture and support the welfare of small Indonesian farmers. To provide the best chili, eragano partnered with hundreds of FARMERS in East Java. Eragano’s seriousness in supplying the best agricultural products is done by assisting the cultivation of agriculture by the expert Eragano agronomist. The entire process is monitored and guided directly by the Eragano team to the grading and shipping sorting process.
Each stage, Eragano ensures cleanliness, freshness and quality that is maintained to create a special taste of each chilli produced.
“We are very concerned about the principle of responsible to consumer, that is what we always remember in doing every process, our agronomists work with PETANI to create chillies that are not only tasty but also healthier with the eco friendly principle, we have field people who are ready to help Our FARMERS in East Java directly and provide the assistance needed by our chili farmers.
Not only the quality is maintained but the joint commitment of Eragano and Unilever to empower small farmers and communities around the agricultural area
eragano fosters FARMERS directly, with our agronomist cultivation guidelines, the quality needed for JAVARA sauce specifications is well met. So that the results of planting FARMERS are absorbed by all.
BUY DIRECT FROM FARMERS
Commitment to support the welfare of small farmers, is done by buying directly chili from non-collectors. So that sales profits can be felt directly by FARMERS.
EMPOWERMENT OF FARMERS AND CITIZENS AROUND
Empowerment is carried out through sorting and grading training, so that FARMERS gain insight into the quality of the sale of crops, which can be beneficial for FARMERS. Not only FARMERS, communities around the agricultural area are also empowered, through the opening of skilled jobs for mothers around the agricultural area.
“Through Jawara, we want to invite the wider community to support the welfare and care for the small Indonesian farmers.” (Stephanie Jesselyn, CEO of Eragano)