With nearly 600 tons of peanuts per year, combined with other materials, the Burkinabè agribusiness company, Innofaso, produces about 2,800 tons of therapeutic food for the management of various forms of malnutrition in children and vulnerable people. For many years, Innofaso imported over 400 tons of its raw material (peanuts) from Argentina. Reversing this trend is now, more than ever, the major objective of our business champion in the peanut sector in the ‘country of the upright men’. However, one of the main challenges related to local supply remains the lack of quality nuts. Indeed, the Burkinabe peanut contains a significant amount of aflatoxin. This makes it non-compliant with the phytosanitary standards of international markets. Faced with this challenge, Innofaso has set up a multi-stakeholder system in order to face the numerous challenges within the peanut sector in order to use local peanuts.