Food and agribusiness
Agriculture dominates the rural economy of Papua New Guinea (PNG). More than eighty (80%) percent of the population earn a living from subsistence agriculture and selling crops in domestic and international markets. The growing global population, environmental concerns, competition and scientific developments are leading to major changes in the food and agricultural industry.
Market demands and global competition has meant that working methods have become more sophisticated in the agricultural sector, with highly specialist crop and livestock farming becoming the norm. Farmers will need to be more resilient and adapt quicker to change than ever before.
BDO have a thorough understanding and a deep level expertise in the food and agribusiness industry in PNG. Our dedicated professionals work with producers, agribusiness owners involved in tea, coffee, cocoa, coconut and palm oil plantations offering a full range of business advisory, assurance, tax, management services and other services. Backed by our significant practical experience, our team provides no-nonsense strategic advice, helping you make informed decisions to maximise the value of your operations.