Vendease is quickly becoming Africa’s Amazon for food businesses


Food businesses in Africa are vulnerable to substandard goods, expensive middlemen, fluctuating pricing system, and unreliable logistics, forcing many businesses to eventually shut down operations.

Founded in 2020, Vendease is solving the inefficiencies in Africa’s highly fragmented food sector, starting with Nigeria and intending to expand operations to more cities across Africa in the coming years.

Vendease is a digital marketplace streamlining the food supply chain by connecting food vendors directly to farms and manufacturers, providing an endless resource of quality products at unmatched prices and helping them cut back on procurement stress.

The company also partners with African smallholder farmers by offering credit to help them grow, signing supply deals, and selling their produce at a specific rate to food vendors.

With Vendease, restaurants can restock the finest food supplies through a simple click and get their orders delivered within 24 hours, while farmers enjoy access to market and finance to boost production and profit.