Maize Master – Adding Value to Farms We talk to Francois Kriel in Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe
Francois Kriel is a proud and loyal client of Maize Master and owner of Chiseller Services in Zimbabwe. They currently employ 39 people and produce
Q: Tell us more about how you got started?
A: We live and farm near a town called Chinhoyi in the northern parts of Zimbabwe – it’s about 120
Q: What products do you produce?
A: We produce flour, maize meal and maize grits for our customers in Chinhoyi. Though Zimbabweans also enjoy bread and rice, mealie pap or rather Sadza as it is called here, is a staple food for most. Here we also have Bota Une Dovi and Maheu – Bota is a popular sweet porridge made with maize meal and peanut butter that’s eaten at breakfast, while Maheu is a traditional African beverage made with maize meal, sorghum, sugar, milk solids
Q: How did you come to work with Maize Master?
A: I saw Maize Master milling equipment while attending the annual Nampo Expo in South Africa.
Q: What has your experience been working with Maize Master?
A: One could easily imagine the many difficulties one could encounter trying to
Q: Why would you recommend Maize Master?
A: They offer their clients outstanding service, no matter where they are and they’re
Q: What Maize Master milling equipment do you use?
A: We have grit plant that was custom-made by Maize Master for us – just another reason why they’re my preferred milling equipment supplier.
Q: How has the Maize Master Mill impacted your business?
A: The Maize Master mill has really added value to our business and we’ve seen the positive effects in every division.