Immune-boosting porridge

By | December 21st, 2017|Fortified Food, Products|

Certain foods contain vitamins and minerals that are good for your heart, eyes, digestive system, nerves, etc. These vitamins and minerals mostly repair damaged cells, which is why they are good for certain organs and systems. However, in order to prevent any damage to these systems and organs via bacterial or viral infections and diseases, [...]

Feeding Pregnant & Breastfeeding Women and Children Under 5

By | December 14th, 2017|GMOs, Mageu, Minerals, Products, School Feeding, Staff Health, Vitamins|

Section One: Addressing the NEED Africa has a NEED to provide nutrition for its people who are: Malnourished children under the age of 5 years who have stunted growth as a result; and Pregnant and breast-feeding mothers who are nutrient deficient. Commonly stated key statistics of malnutrition prevalence in Zambia (Unicef, 2007): Incidence of [...]

What are the health benefits of eating instant Mageu?

By | September 22nd, 2017|Fortified Food, Mageu, Products|

What is mageu? Mageu is a traditional South African drink that is made by fermenting mealie pap. It is non-alcoholic and is extremely popular especially among traditional groups, who also call it maxau, maHewu, amaRhewu, or amaHewu. Wheat flour is added to the thin mealie pap, which creates the lactate-producing bacteria essential for the fermentation [...]

Yabhusta Power Supply: Maize

By | September 5th, 2017|Fortified Food, Ingredients, Products, Vitamins|

History Maize (also called mealies in Southern Africa, from the Portuguese word milho) is a staple food in many parts of the world for about 200 million people thanks to its ability to grow in diverse climates. According to anthropologists, maize was first cultivated in Mexico at least 6000 years ago and then spread throughout [...]

What Is Instant Mageu

By | March 24th, 2017|Fortified Food, Products|

Mageu, also known as Maxau, maHewu, amaRhewu, or amaHewu, is a non-alcoholic drink made from fermented mealiemeal, and is as South African as mealiepap. It has been used for centuries by especially the native populations of South Africa to welcome guests and was also taken with them on long journeys due to its hunger-stilling and [...]