GCM is introducing plant-based meat brand Future Farm to Ghana

Future Farm plant-based meat products will soon launch in Ghana. The products will include meatless burgers, sausages, chicken and mince. Meat consumption contributes to climate change, Future Farm is tackling this issue by providing meat alternatives with the mission of a more sustainable future. They are also targeting health related issues of consuming red meats by offering consumers 'Non GMO, zero junk, and bursting with flavor' plant-based meats.

Gold Coast Matcom second round of staff Covid Vaccinations

Gold Coast Matcom thanks the national health service for coordinating with us to provide Covid vaccinations of staff in 2021 and 2022 in Accra and Kumasi Branch. All GCM staff were given the option to get fully vaccinated with many taking up the opportunity.

Coronavirus: Gold Coast Matcom support fight with donations

In support of national efforts to fight the coronavirus pandemic, food and beverage distribution firm, Gold Coast Matcom has made donations to a number of organizations.

The company has in separate donations, giving out items worth GHC150,000 to the Rebecca Foundation, Gender Ministry, Ghana police service, Vim foundation, Ga East municipal hospital and Royal Seed Orphanage.


Gold Coast Matcom Limited donates to police

The Gold Coast Matcom Limited has donated products worth forty-three thousand Ghana cedis (GHC43,000) to the Ghana Police Service to aid the security agency in its fight against Coronavirus. “On behalf of the Inspector General of Police, we want to say a big thank you to your company for thinking about our frontliners and making sure you’ve given some variety of items to support them in the work they are doing. We’re so grateful… We want to assure you that we’ll continue the work we’re doing to ensure every Ghanaian is safe,” said COP Monney, a representative of the police.


Gold Coast Matcom Ltd supports government feeding programme

Gold Coast Matcom Ltd, one of the leading Food and Beverage distribution company in Ghana has donated assorted food items worth GH¢35, 000.00 to the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection. The Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Hon. Cynthia Mamle Morrison who received the items on behalf of the Ministry thanked Gold Coast Matcom for their timely intervention and support. She said the items will be distributed to the needy as well as the various orphanage homes at the lockdown areas.