· By True Moringa
3 Women Making Sweet Valentine Treats & Changing Food Systems in Ghana
To celebrate Valentine's Day, we wanted to shine a light on some of our favorite entrepreneurs creating sweet treats in Ghana.
If you’ve followed the ups and downs of our journey so far, you know how much we believe in the importance of creating an equitable supply chain for farmers and creating value added processing and jobs locally in Ghana and how challenging it can be. Meet three incredible women and their businesses who are facing these challenges head on:
Midunu Chocolates - Selassie Atadika is a world renowned, award winning chef featured in the New York Times, NPR, and Bon Appétit and we are lucky to call her a friend. Her chocolates are unlike anything you’ve tried - infused with spices from across the continent. We have curated four unique gift sets featuring Midunu this year - check them out here
Snacks of Africa - Stacey Enyame has truly perfected the coconut chip. If you haven’t tasted coconut straight from Ghana, you’re in for a treat! Vegan, keto friendly, and gluten free to boot! Find them in our Taste of Ghana Gift Box
Yvaya Farm - Our favorite fruit snacks from Ghana created by Yvette Tetteh have been blowing up on Kickstarter! Grab a sweet and healthy snack and help these entrepreneurs launch their incredible tropical fruit in the US
Go ahead and uplift healthier food systems, find your new favorite snack, & spread some Valentine’s Day cheer!