• Promoting Finance and Investment
    Promoting Finance and Investment
  • Trade Promotion and AGOA
    Trade Promotion and AGOA
  • Developing Regional Value Chains
    Developing Regional Value Chains
  • Expanding Agribusiness and Trade
    Expanding Agribusiness and Trade
  • Improving Regional Trade Facilitation
    Improving Regional Trade Facilitation
  • Improving Regional Trade
    Improving Regional Trade

The USAID Southern Africa Trade and Investment Hub boosts trade and investment with and within Southern Africa.

Zaamroot, a newly launched, women-owned start-up in Zambia joined forces with 16 other Southern African specialty food producers to exhibit its “Super Moringa” herbal supplement under the “Africa Fine Foods Pavilion” banner at the upcoming Fancy Food Show in New York with the Trade and Investment Hub.

Known as the “Miracle Tree” in many African cultures, Moringa’s leaves can improve skin, get rid of tiredness, boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, provide mental clarity and balance out sugar levels. It does all of this and more and is fast becoming a major health supplement across the world.

Super Moringa is a raw superfood packed with nutrients. This plant protein taken as either powder or as tea is an all-in-one energizing natural multivitamin that is caffeine free.  There is nothing like it in the plant kingdom.

The women-owned company works with local farmers to ensure the highest grade of Moringa is sourced by hand especially in its purest and greenest form. However, Zaamroot’s mission is more than just promoting a super food. It is about building a sustainable future for smallholder farmers and communities in Zambia that also inspires people to believe in their passions, live a healthy lifestyle and collaborate ethically on a global scale.

Video credit: USAID Southern Africa Trade and Investment Hub


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