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We are social business entreprenuers, sustainably building local agriculture economy using community base adaptation strategies. Nourishing the world with MORINGA nutrients lacking in our daily diet is our top driving force. We envision poverty ellaviation that involves stakeholders whose mission is to contribute in changing the world without compromise.

Tracing our product’s life cycle, the foot print kicks off in Africa. From planting to processing, we only permit the application or use of indigenouse ancestral farming method for our crops and collection of wild harvested food and herbs. We have sponsored six women farmers coorporative and many individual participants. Our trusted partner, African Moringa Alliance inc. trains and inspects environmental guidelines and compliance making sure we have expected high quality standard. We have lots of rapid result testimonies by users.

The circle of chain completes in United States as we help the under-privileged women and youths. We teach them the benefits of moringa and go a step further by getting them involved in marketing in local farmer’s market and trade shows.
Our happy partner-vendors take pride in selling and sharing our artisan story and products. All testify increase of new costomers reffered by those who use our products.
Our Tea was featured on national TV, “THE VIEW” by Dr. Duncan on Oct. 26, 2013 after he discovered us at New Life Show in New York.
We supply food COOPs too as they fall within framework of our company value chain.
As one of the oldest moringa products on Amazon and, after 2012 holiday sales, Amazon rated and included our company, among top 25% company with 100% customer satisfaction.
We work with CO-OP companies experienced in sustainable packaging. We have received numerouse letters thanking us for beautiful sustainable packaging.

Our company also sponsors non -profit , donated products and pays our employees to volunteer in a soup kitchen in New Rochelle New York.

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