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Honey Care Africa sets the bar for responding to consumer demands with quality products

Kenyans asked for raw honey and Honey Care Africa responded with quality products, attention to customer service and above all, commitment to social responsibility.

If stories like this regularly made headlines in the country’s media, we would see a local revolution in enlightened business.

For now, I highly recommend Honey Care’s Kakuzi Hills caramel-like raw dark variety. I bake a ton with it. The other kind is a mild, acacia honey from Baringo for those who prefer more subtle flavours. Read more

Healthy delights from Tanzania meet world-class quality Part 2

If you are a smart foodie in Africa, you may understand why I went potty over Irente Delis’ whole oat bars in Dar-es Salaam, and have to broadcast it in this second series of natural goodies available in Tanzania. See part one here.

The organic, nutritionally-dense bars are unique to the region, and made up of East African earthy goodness: local peanuts, baobab flour, fresh coconuts, bananas and dates, created by Austrian Johanna Omere. Read more

Tanzania is a mine for sustainable, natural products: Part One

My first impressions of Dar-es Salaam, Tanzania were of poor infrastructure, crazy traffic, noise and overall chaos.

Nairobi, my hometown, seemed like a sophisticated, calm city in comparison.

But when it comes to organic/natural foods and body care products, Tanzania is clearly the East African leader with its food capital in Dar-es Salaam. I continue to be surprised at discovering how progressive and dynamic it is in this field. Read more