“The king of the fruits," mango fruit is one of the most popular, nutritionally rich fruits with unique flavor, fragrance, taste, and heath promoting qualities, making it numero-uno among new functional foods, often labeled as “super fruits." Mango is one of the delicious seasonal fruits grown in the tropics. The tree is believed to be originating in the sub-Himalayan plains of Indian subcontinent. Botanically, this exotic fruit belongs within the family of Anacardiaceae, a family that also includes numerous species of tropical-fruiting trees in the flowering plants such as cashew, pistachio,...etc. Scientific name: Mangifera Indica.
Who we are
TURSAM INVESTMENTS LIMITED is an Agribusiness-Food processing enterprise founded on the 1st day of March 2009. Its humble beginnings are based on fruit growing particularly in mangoes at a family farm in kiboga District. The Enterprise started selling a lot of mangoes at cheap garden prices. It was later realized that if there was value addition through fruit juice production, more income would be generated. In 2013, one of our team members called Turyatunga Sam a food Science student of Kyambogo University by then did a research under the supervision of ASS.Prof.George William Byarugaba Bazirake-a food scientist and the dean faculty of science Kyambogo University. Our first production and test marketing was done at Kyambogo University under our name OMEGA JUICERS.
We produce purely 100% Natural fruit juice from our locally grown fruits namely mangoes, bananas, pineapples, passion fruits and oranges and currently our juice is available in over 15 districts in Uganda. For instance in kampala, Kyambogo University canteens, makerere university canteens, Uganda Christian university canteens, most retail shops and supermarkets in Banda, areas of Namugongo, Kyaliwajala and trading centers such as Kireka, kikuubo, New taxi parks and old taxi parks, Ntinda in Nakawa Division, Kampala…to mention but a few. We currently got a lot of market in upcountry districts of Mubende, Mbarara, Kiboga and Bushenyi.