Food for Consumption and Food for Energy is a Complete Combination, says Henry Oliver Ford

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Sept. 8 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Mr. Henry Oliver Ford has just completed the initial phase of the Ghana Sugar Project. Mr. Ford is the managing director for World Food, the firm that is owner of the project. Henry Oliver is overseeing this massive one-hundred and twenty thousand acre sugar farm and refinery.

Mr. Ford feels that the combination of food for consumption and food for energy is a complete combination of business practicality and business productivity. Ford has spent his life doing humanitarian work. He is a Reverend, who obtained his master's degree in Theology from Crowley Bible College in Pennsylvania. Ford also attended Grand Canyon University where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies.

Henry is a devout follower of God. He practices sound relationship fundamentals with everyone he meets and believes that "your behavior should speak louder than your words." Ford has been instrumental in founding World Food Ghana LTD. He prides himself on attention to detail.

Ford says, "It is often the attention to detail that decides the outcome of any transaction." Henry Oliver is a seasoned business professional. He has contacts in every African country and seeks to establish a strong foundation in global agriculture.

Henry Oliver Ford began his career in agriculture in 2006. Ford traveled the world extensively searching for business ideas that created "win-win" scenarios. Henry felt as though generating profits was just not enough. Profits are often times the only factor that corporate leaders focus on. But Ford resisted the idea of creating a business model that propagated a "Global Benefit." The people in today's society clamor for a new form of leadership.

"As the world continues to evolve, the dynamics of our leadership must also evolve," says Aaron Venable, another managing Principle of World Food Association. Market studies reveal that the need for food supplies is growing rapidly.

The management of these food supplies must reflect even temperance and social balance to ensure the proper allocation of these resources. Mr. Henry Oliver Ford is a genuine individual with a heart for helping others. For more information, you can write WFAO at 777 S. Flagler Drive 33411 or visit .

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