Guinea at the heart of our activities

We are young Guineans, innovators


The Guinean Consumption Network is an economic interest group which brings together 5 actors (the Little Damba, the Bora Maalé network, the solar salt counter, the Association for the Defense of Ziama Macenta coffee, and the Guinean Land) 5,000 small producers spread throughout Guinea.

The Boutique Consommons Guinéen offers products made 100% from Guinean agriculture and processed locally. As well as the products of the Guinean artisan.

Our Approaches

All of our products are grown, processed and packaged in Guinea. Our producers practice reasoned “organic” family farming. We guarantee environmentally friendly products that protect the health of producers and consumers. All our articles are produced in Guinea in total respect with the legislation in force and sanitary standards. It provides consumers with a quality product while offering fair compensation to all workers.

- Our mission

The #ConsumersGuinea network was created by a consortium of actors concerned with promoting local products from sustainable agriculture which guarantees small producers a decent income. The network set itself the objective of promoting Guinean products from a sustainable, social and united economy.

— Notre vision

Dominate the local market as well as those of the sub-region.

— Nos valeurs

The main network of the # ConsommonsGuinéen network is marketing (the Guinean Consumers Boutique), advocacy, communication, audit, training and advice.


We thank everyone who has supported us over the years.
We especially thank:
The many international and non-governmental organizations which support us and with which we cooperate daily.
Our public and private partners who supported us in our activities, and in particular: The Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Trade, The Ministry of Investments and Public and Private Partnerships, The French Embassy, La Charante Maritime Cooperation CMC , The Guinean House of the Entrepreneur MGE, The Agricultural Productivity Program in West Africa WAAPP. As well as all the people who in one way or another contributed to our activities.
Thanks to you, we hope we can continue our efforts.