Africa in Chocolates
African Food Changemakers
 

WHAT’S IN YOUR STOCKING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON?

So, by now many of us have the tree up, as well as stockings hung and hampers packed. One item that’s almost never missing from those stockings and ham Read More...

WHAT’S IN YOUR STOCKING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON?

So, by now many of us have the tree up, as well as stockings hung and hampers packed. One item that’s almost never missing from those stockings and hampers? – Chocolate! But do you have any idea WHERE your chocolate comes from and all that goes on behind the scenes before the chocolate finds it’s way to the store shelves? Listen on to find out.

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Rooibos Realities
African Food Changemakers
 

  “BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE…”

Or for you it might be warm outside <lol> but world over the temperatures have dropped for many and folks are trying to keep warm as best they can. Thinking Read More...

  “BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE…”

Or for you it might be warm outside <lol> but world over the temperatures have dropped for many and folks are trying to keep warm as best they can. Thinking of more healthy beverage options? Well, we present to you – Rooibos tea! What is that you say? Well listen to find out.

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Crazy for Coffee
Sara Yirga, Vern Long
 

Africa is arguably the most exciting coffee-producing continent. This rich, dark beverage enjoyed around the world pays homage to its African roots, no matter where it’s enjoyed. Our continent not only Read More...

Africa is arguably the most exciting coffee-producing continent. This rich, dark beverage enjoyed around the world pays homage to its African roots, no matter where it’s enjoyed. Our continent not only produces fruity coffee beans, but coffee is intricately tied to cultural norms and practices. From the highlands of Ethiopia where coffee was first discovered, to the rich soils of Uganda, Côte d’Ivoire, and Malawi. In this episode we take a deep dive into Africa’s coffee, highlighting the 19 countries that boast quality coffee, exploring coffee culture, and predicting the future of our morning java.

The episode features industry experts Sara Yirga, Founder and CEO of YA Coffee, and Vern Long, CEO of World Coffee Research.

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