RGS holds the rights to develop 16,000 hectares of land in Gurué, out of which 2,200 hectares are currently dedicated to tea cultivation. RGS has plans for significant investments in the tea estate, including expanding the cultivated area, planting new high-productivity clones, and enhancing the processing plant. Previously, all the tea production was exported in bulk (50 kilograms). However, RGS has recently adopted a complementary approach, with 15% of the production volume focused on value-added activities such as blending and quality packaging for the local Mozambican and regional markets.
In addition to the tea plantation, the group also cultivates and develops Eucalyptus trees for use as an energy source.