Oats

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Organic Farmers' Markets!

Event posted by in AgriProFocus Ethiopia
  22 December 2018, 09:00-12:00
  Addis Ababa: 1. Bole Natani Cafe, 2. Behind Bole Medhanialem Church

Two Organic Farmers' Markets on Saturday Morning

The main market location is at Natani Cafe on Bole Road in front of the Millennium Hall. There is a second market location behind Bole Medehanealem church which was started a month ago.

There will be fresh ecological organic vegetables ( Green beans, Beet root, Swiss Chard, Lettuce, Potato, Gomen) herbs ( Ethiopian basil,Rue, Rosmary, Kosert) fruit ( avocado) oil crops ( flax / linseed) Legumes ( broad bean) from Holeta. There will be processed oats (from North Shoa ) and cheese from (from Bale) available along the fresh produces.


Organic food is fresher tastes better, lasts longer and nutritious than other vegetables of non EOA ones.  Come and visit us! 

Thanks to the co-organizers, and especially Institute for Sustainable Development.



Posted By in Ethiopia Agroecology Platform
Posted 13 September 2018 at 12:20

ORGANIC FOOD FOR ALL!

A Brief Moment with Mrs. Alem Greiling

Mrs. Alem Greiling is an agriprenuer and a nutrition expert with a background in Chemistry (BSc) and Food engineering (MSc) from the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart, Germany. She was a former Nutrition Advisor at Save the Children US and has also acquired a rich experience in the field by working as a nutrition advisor for various local and international organizations working in nutrition programs. She is currently engaged in the growing and market supply of organic oats, production of cereal bar which are targeted for young children in schools and cereal mix (Teff, Oats honey, sesame and other plants and fruits) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia under her own established business venture, NUTRI-DENSE. She has been promoting her products at the organic farmers market for the second time now. She explains that oats traditionally known as ‘Aja’ but completely different is an unusual seed only found in limited locations in Ethiopia.

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