Wote Women, producers of Zomi (palm oil) at Fresh from the Field


the Wote Women

Producers of our Zomi (palm oi) from Liati Wote

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More about the Wote Women

Meet the Wote Women

The producers of our high quality Zomi (palm oil)

The Wote Women are a group of women from Liati Wote, a village in the Volta Region in Ghana. They produce Zomi from hand-picked and selected palm nuts. Their product is known in the region for its high quality.

Fresh from the Field wants to encourage the women in Liati Wote to produce more oil, so they can generate a stable income in addition to farming, to support their families.

Our goal is to get their palm oil in your kitchen. You will be sure to have that delicious pure taste and at the same time you contribute to improving the livelihood of the women in Liati Wote.

Patience Akator, producer of zomi (palm oil) in Liati Wote, Ghana

Introducing Patience Akator

Patience is one of the Wote Women producing Zomi in Liati Wote, a village in the Volta Region, Ghana.

“ My name is Patience Akator. I am 43 years old, married with 4 children and I live in Liati Wote, in the Volta Region in Ghana.

I have been producing palm oil for over 20 years and I am very experienced. I use only freshly harvested palm nuts direct from the farm, hand-picked and selected for the best and quality of oil. We are known for 100% pure and simply delicious Zomi. ”

Our challenge has always been the ready market. Even though we are known for such a good product, it is difficult for us to get it out here.

My everyday motivation in life is health. Once one has good health, there are always opportunities to improve in life and get things done. ”

Patience Akator about making Zomi

In this short video Patience introduces herself and talks about the steps involved in producing quality palm oil, and some of her challenges.

Patience Akator, producer of Zomi (palm oil) in Liati Wote, Ghana

English subtitles are avaible: turn them on with the button below the video.

Palm oil production in Liati Wote

Our Zomi - as palm oil is locally know - is produced from freshly harvested palm nuts direct from the farm. The nuts are hand picked and selected. Below is an impression of the production process, which consists of cooking the nuts, pounding them to extract the raw oil, and then several cycles of cooking and sieving to extract the oil and refine it to Zomi of perfect taste and thickness.

How to buy Patience's Zomi?

We have good news: you can now have the Wote Women's palm oil in your kitchen! Order it at Fresh from the Field and have it delivered (or pick it up yourself) in the Greater Accra region. By buying our palm oil you help the women in Liati Wote growing their business.

  • Wote Women’s Zomi from Liati Wote, Volta Region, Ghana
  • Wote Women’s Zomi from Liati Wote, Volta Region, Ghana
  • Wote Women’s Zomi from Liati Wote, Volta Region, Ghana
  • Wote Women’s Zomi from Liati Wote, Volta Region, Ghana
  • Wote Women’s Zomi from Liati Wote, Volta Region, Ghana

Wote Women’s Zomi (Palm Oil)— from Liati Wote

50 / 125 / 230 GHC

100% natural palm oil produced from hand-picked palm nuts. Perfect taste and thickness. Supports the women of Liati Wote.

Read the Wote Women's story

  • Available quantities & price
    • 1 l 50 GHC
    • 2.5 l 125 GHC
    • 4.5 l 230 GHC
  • Packaging
    • 1 l plastic bottle
    • 2.5 l plastic container
    • 4.5 l plastic container

    Packaging can vary, depending on the containers that are available to buy/import. Currently the options are very limited to buy quality packaging and glassware. Kindly indicate with your order if you prefer recycled glass bottles instead of plastic bottles.

  • Ordering

    Currently, we have no webshop. For now, you can order by using:

  • Pick-up and deliveries

    Orders can be picked-up, or can be delivered. See pick-up locations in/around Accra below.

Customer reviews & Feedback

These are some reviews by our clients. We would love to hear your feedback, which you can leave behind in our feedback form.

You can also email us to let us know what we can improve!

The honey is really good, and the family appreciates it.

Cantoments, Accra

Very cool initiative. I particularly enjoyed the forest honey and hibiscus jam. Real and honest products with an exotic touch, especially the honey is something totally different than what you can normally get. Good luck with this!

Bas M.
via Facebook (translated)

The coconut oil is good. I just hope you will be able to get glass bottles for packaging.


I’ve searched for quality honey since the products in the market are diluted. Finally got my one stop quality honey! I will recommend it anywhere I find myself.


How to order

Please note that we currently only deliver within the Greater Accra region.

At the moment we do not have a webshop. You can place your order in the following three ways:


Message Agnes on number:
00 233 50 942 7873

Message us

Call us

Give Agnes a call on number:
00 233 50 942 7873

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Send us an e-mail on:

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Fresh from the field deliveries in the Greater Accra region

Delivery or self pick-up

You can have your order delivered, or you can pick it up at one of our pick-up locations shown below.

Delivery service

Delivery is done by our own weekly delivery service in which we combine orders, and by dispatch riders.

The best option depends on your location and will be shared with you when you place your order.

Note: currently we only deliver within the Greater Accra region.

Self pick-up

If delivery is not possible at your location or you live nearby, you can pick up your order at one of the pick-up locations shown below.

Please place your order first. For each pick-up location there are specific pick-up dates and times, see below.

We are looking into adding new pick-up locations at strategic locations in the Greater Accra region. If you have good ideas for pick-up points, or you or your company is interested in facilitating Fresh from the Field pick-ups, thereby supporting our cause, please let us know.

Pick-up locations

Currently we have the following pick-up locations available. We strive to add more in time.

Please place your order first. See the pick-up days and times for each location below:

  • Jolinaiko Eco Tours HQ, Amrahia

    Amrahia, off the Adenta-Dodowa Road (opposite High Hopes School), Greater Accra.

    Google map directions


    Pick-up days and times:
    — Pick-up 7 days/week, between 8 am and 8 pm.
    — Order before noon – pick up in the afternoon on the same day.

    Please place your order first.

  • Paloma Hotel, Accra

    Ring Road Central, 11 Ringway CI, Accra.

    Google map directions


    Pick-up days and times:
    — Orders are delivered to Paloma twice a week, and can be picked up at the reception.
    — Order before Tuesday noon - pick-up from Wednesday noon.
    — Order before Friday noon – pick-up from Tuesday noon.

    Please place your order first.

    For info/orders please don't call Paloma Hotel, but contact us.

  • Star Unisex Salon, Accra

    Sir Emmanuel Quist Street, Accra.
    It is the storey building right at the corner of Abelenkpe Junction at the side of the street leading to Marvels mini-golf.

    Google map directions

    Pick-up days and times:
    — Orders are delivered to Star Unisex Salon (Hairdresser Antoinette) once a week, and can be picked up at the reception.
    — Order before Tuesday noon - pick-up from Wednesday noon.
    — Open on weekdays between 8.00 am - 15.00 pm.

    Please place your order first.

    For info/orders please don't call the salon, but contact us.

  • Tagbo Falls Lodge, Liati Wote

    We run a little shop in our Tagbo Falls Lodge in Liati Wote, where Philo prepares her delicious jam. You also may be able to score something else such as pickles or potteries.

    The Tagbo Falls Lodge is located at the entrance of Liati Wote village, Volta Region.

    Google map directions


    Please call ahead to be sure we are open and we have your desired products in stock. Philo, our caretaker, can be directly reached at:

    T: 00 233 50 014 9625 (call or Whatsapp)

    Or contact us:

    T: 00 233 50 942 7873 (call or Whatsapp)
    E: info@freshfromthefield.org

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I pay?

We accept cash payments and Mobile Money payments to Vodaphone Cash. If you would like to pay by bank transfer, kindly inform us and we will provide you with the bank details.

At the pick-up points, only Mobile Money payments are possible. Kindly pay before pick-up.

The Mobile Money number to use:
050 942 7873.

Is there a bulk-buy discount?

Our packaging is based on the consumer market with relatively small quantities per packaging. The largest container for our oils is 4.5 litres and 1 litre for our honey. We can offer a bulk-buy discount: buy 10 = get 1 free.

Even though we have not ventured into selling large quantities for wholesale, please contact us if you are a restaurant or caterer and have an interest to work with our products.

Do you offer refunds?

If you are unsatisfied in any way, or a products is not the quality you expected, please let us know and we will replace it or offer you a refund.

Is there a minimum order?

We can arrange a delivery for every order, there is no minimum order quantity. Delivery costs by dispatch rider is roughly 15-30 Ghc within Accra. We always try to have small quantities in stock at our pick-up locations as well.

Can you refill or recycle bottles?

We are interested in taking back your plastic jars and bottles for us to re-use. We can also refill your 4.5 litre jerrycans of zomi and coconut oil. This would be easiest if you come to the Jolinaiko HQ in Amrahia (see pick-up locations). Please let us know if you have a large quantity of glass jars or bottles at home, as we are always interested to re-use these for our jams.

How sustainable is your packaging?

Ultimately, we strive towards supplying our products in sustainable and reusable packaging. At the moment we use glass jars and plastic bottles of different sizes. It is a challenge to find the right glass bottles, so as long as we are searching for a solution, we still sell some quantities of our honey, coconut oil and zomi in plastic. On request we can use recycled glass bottles. So kindly share your preference for recycled glass when you order. We aim to phase out most plastic as soon as possible.

How do you ensure good quality and hygienic standards?

We have solid relationships and partnerships with our suppliers, and we are personally familiar with their villages, families, homes and farms. This is essential to monitor basic quality standards.

As a new company, we started by having a basic agreement in place with all our suppliers on personal hygiene and sanitation during processing and packaging.

However, with our in-house knowledge about organic and sustainable certification in both agriculture (shea nut and shea butter processing) and tourism, and our strong values on integrity and sustainability, we are well aware that this is only just the beginning of quality control. Together with our suppliers we will keep working towards a solid, safe and sustainable supply chain as we grow.

Our aim is to have all our products tested and registered with the Ghana Standard Boards to ensure that official quality and safety standards are met.


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