This book is about an analysis of agility in the Ghanaian pineapple supply chain for export. It deals with issues on how managers in the supply chain might cope with changes which are unpredictable or uncertain against the performance of its main competitors in the UK. Using a scale proposed by van der Vorst (2000), the supply chain bottlenecks were identified. Interviews both in Gahana and in the UK enabled the authors to calculate agility gap ratios of the Ghanaian pineapple supply chain based on Oosterhout et al. (2006). It could be concluded that those involved in the Ghanaian pineapple supply chain needed to be more agile in the way they adapt to importers' needs. The Ghanaian supply chain could be considered the least agile confirming that that country has been losing market share in recent years. Proposed agility redesign variables and enablers were then derived for the agility gaps found to embed agility in to the Ghanaian supply chain.