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Mavuno Harvest plants seeds of small-business expansion in sub-Saharan Africa
“I had this theory of how this was going to benefit farmers in Africa and increase economic activity in their small villages. I didn’t mean to start a food company. I just thought that was the avenue that I could take,” Hughes said during an interview this month...
Mango Farmers and New Store Openings
In early April, 2017, Mavuno Harvest founder Phil Hughes traveled to Cote D’ Ivoire and Burkina Faso to attend the first ever West African Mango Symposium sponsored by USAID (United...
West Africa Mango Trip 2017
During the first week of April, 2017, Mavuno Harvest founder Phil Hughes took a trip to West Africa (Cote D’Ivoire and Burkina Faso) in preparation for the upcoming mango season.
The Mavuno Harvest Fair Trade Premium 2016
Thanks to delicious dried fruits, high quality and hard working supplier partners, and our wonderful customers, Mavuno Harvest more than doubled in 2016. Because of this growth we were able...
Introducing Organic Coconut!
Mavuno Harvest originally started with 3 products – organic mango, pineapple and banana sourced from farming cooperatives in Uganda. Over the years, as sales grew we were able to add...
Africa trip 2016
In October 2016, Mavuno Harvest founder Phil Hughes went on a 12 day, 4 country trip to Africa (Ghana, Zambia, Kenya and Uganda) to meet new potential suppliers as well as existing suppliers.
Schools & clean drinking water - The Mavuno Harvest Fair Trade premium 2015
In early 2014, I visited Burkina Faso for the first time, looking for organic dried mango and a strong ethical producer group. Burkina Faso is one of the poorest countries...
Food and the Transformation of Africa
The agriculture and business landscapes in Africa, and why working with smallholder farmers in Africa can really change the future.
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