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Small Scale Farmers Prosper with Moringa

Many Small-Scale Indian Farmers are Prospering by Growing Moringa

Small-Scale Farmers Prosper with Moringa Moringa, a drought tolerant tree, is allowing many small-scale farmers in India to prosper. In drought-prone areas such as Maharashtra’s Solapur district, Moringa is an ideal crop.  Some farmers are able to gross Rs 4 lakhs per acre growing Moringa and selling the drumsticks (seedpods). This is equivalent to about …

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Counterfeit Superfoods

Counterfeit Superfoods And What Researchers Are Doing About It

What happens when health conscience consumers create demand for exotic “superfoods”?  Well, apparently, counterfeiting the “superfoods”! It turns out that the more exotic a superfood is, the more likely it is to be counterfeited or mixed (diluted) with other products. Makes sense right? Without a baseline for what the food should look, smell and taste …

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Moringa Seeds are Used in Kenya to Treat Water and Save Thousands

Moringa seeds have a number of remarkable health benefits and uses–not the least of which is water purification. When the seeds are crushed they are mixed into water and after a few hours, they are up to 99% effective in reducing bacteria. Crushed Moringa seeds also clarify turbid water attracting suspended particles and trapping them. …

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