From time to time, we get a question from concerned consumers about the sustainability of wild harvesting baobab fruit pods. We’re always pleased when people ask this because it means they’re the kind of consumers we appreciate – those who consider the environment when making purchase decisions. Find out how EcoProducts harvests baobab seed pods sustainably…
EcoProducts Baobab fruit powder production facility has been certified FSSC 22000. FSSC 22000 Food Safety System Certification is a highly regarded level of food certification that meets global standards. FSSC 22000 is fully recognised by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI)
Soothing, warming and comforting, this Baobab Hot Toddy is one of those simple but powerful hot drinks that will raise your spirits as well as strengthen your immune system.
Baobab fruit powder is rich in vitamin C, calcium, magnesium and iron. But it also has significant dietary fibre and acts as an excellent prebiotic thus contributing to the health of probiotics in the gut.
Biology and Zoology students of the University of Limpopo enjoy learning about how baobab fruit help to support rural livelihoods and the conservation of baobab trees.
There are entrepeneurs, solopreneurs, socialpreneurs. And then there are enviropreneurs! In April 2017 I was invited to give a talk on Enviropreneurship to students from the University of Venda.
Kate Quilton, well known English TV presenter and journalist, visited EcoProducts this week to find out more about baobab powder and its superfood story.
Thank you to LTT Bolt & Nut for their generous donations to the Baobab Foundation. Pre-school creches are sadly neglected in these rural areas of the Limpopo so it’s always great news when we receive donations for much needed equipment and facilities.
The only thing I could tolerate on my burn was your baobab oil. I am so impressed with how the scarring is healing as it seems to get smaller and smaller each week!
Working out in the field monitoring baobab fruit is thirsty work! So what could be better than to relax with a Drifter’s Upside Down Baobab & Ginger Weiss Beer as you settle down for the night under a magnificent Baobab tree…
Smoothies are wonderful for when you want breakfast in a hurry, but smoothie bowls are just the thing when you’re wanting to savour crunch, creaminess and fruity succulence all at the same time.
Our wonderful donors are helping to shape the African landscape for the future by sponsoring rural women as baobab guardians. We’re planting new baobab saplings to preserve and protect these iconic african trees – join the movement!
Since baobab trees often only begin producing fruit after 200 years, this has to be one of the most far-reaching into the future sustainability projects around! Our thanks go to Melissa Krige of African Tree Essences for sponsoring a baobab seedling via our EcoProducts Foundation.
We’re so grateful for the generosity of Nancy Nehoray who has donated to two Pre-school creches in rural areas of the Limpopo. Creches and pre-schools are sadly neglected when it comes to basic resources for the children. So it’s always BIG news when we receive donations for much needed equipment and facilities.
What happens when craft beer meets the baobab tree? Drifter Upside Down Baobab & Ginger Weiss Beer is born to makes life magical…
For when you need something nourishing and uplifting on a hot summer’s day, this creamy bao-choco drink will give you the perfect fix!
You don’t have to spend a fortune on gifts and pampering body-care treats. You can easily make this luscious and richly moisturising baobab body butter yourself. It smells heavenly and feels smooth and luxurious, absorbing quickly into the skin.
Pre-school creches are sadly neglected in these rural areas of the Limpopo so it’s always great news when we receive donations for much needed equipment and facilities.
Do you live near a baobab tree? Calling all citizen scientists! We need YOUR help to find out how baobab pollination really happens in SA. Join the Baobab Blitz on 18th & 19th November and help us figure out what’s pollinating our Baobab trees. Is it bats? Is it hawkmoths? You could be instrumental in helping us find out once and for all!
This is a cheesy bread that’s big on flavour, the baobab powder lending a light sour-dough taste. The harissa gives a burst of spice and some heat, while the rosemary tops it off with a herby tang.
Baobab trees and animals often spend time together. Here, Vanessa Bristow reveals through her quiet, observant lens, a bird’s guide to the baobab tree
At last! A veggie bao-burger that’s able to hold itself together on a braai!
Superfoods get a lot of hype so it’s good to see Women’s Health Magazine take a level-headed approach which they apply to 6 popular superfoods. Baobab powder is one of them. See what they have to say about it.
These lemon, coconut & sesame baobab bliss balls will take hardly any energy and time to make, instead they’ll give you an energy boost as well as rev up your tastebuds! A quick, easy & yummy snack for lunchboxes or to blitz the afternoon sugar-craving.
Inspired by her PhD research on baobab trees, Dr Sarah Venter wanted to make the fascinating information usually available only in obscure scientific papers, available to a much broader audience including children. The Little BIG BAOBAB book is for everyone who loves baobab trees…