On Monday, Feronia confirmed that it has "no affiliation or relationship, financial or otherwise" to this company or to any other operation in Uganda.
Feronia has requested the author issue a correction for publishing inaccurate information. It added that it may take further action if "deemed necessary".
Last week, accusations were made by a group of MPs that Pro-Solutions Ltd and Feronia Uganda Limited were involved in a land-grabbing scheme.
According to MPs, about 15,325 acres found in Kimacharin, Moruita Sub-county, in Nakapiripirit District were sold to Feronia Uganda Limited and over 1,000 acres sold to Pro-Solutions.
The land was sold without the consent of the right owners, according to reports.
The Toronto-based company uses modern agricultural methods to run and develop oil palm plantations within the Democratic Republic of Congo, (NYSE:DRC).
Feronia, which has a farm in Kasangulu, Africa, grows fruits like mango, avocado and pineapple and also produces a number of vegetables and other produce for DRC markets.