On a trip to Ghana, founders of True Moringa were introduced to what was known locally as “the miracle tree.” The tree thrives in arid climates. It helps the crops around it grown better. It can be intercropped with subsistence crops mitigating risk to farmers.
The oil seeds, rich in anti-oxidants and moisturizing agents, produce one of nature’s finest cosmetic oils for hair and skin care.
The solution to poverty, malnutrition, and hunger was growing in their own backyards.
Today the company serves 1,600 small farming families, they have planted over 250,000 trees, and increased farmer incomes by 10x.