What is Moringa?

The most nutrient dense plant in the world, as ranked and classified by the World Vegetable Center.

Who Are We?

Over the last 15 years we’ve worked alongside Moringa producers across the globe in order to develop and ensure harvests under ethical and sustainable conditions.

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An exceptional ally for your health

An indigenous Indian tree of medicinal potence.

Moringa Oleifera is a tropical tree, originally indigenous to India. All parts of the plant, from the roots to its leaves, are utilized in Ayurvedic medicine. The medicinal properties of Moringa, particularly its potency to combat diabetes, hypertension, cardio-vascular disease, and cancer have been confirmed by numerous, detailed scientific studies.

Moringa leaves have sparked interest among consumers that are conscientious of their health and nutritional balance, as well as those interested in consuming products that are 100% natural. The leaves are particularly recommended to vegetarians and those with lactose intolerance due to their density of protein and calcium. For more information, visit our page: A natural superfood

Our Moringa is hand-cooked et handled in small quantities in order to assure the best possible quality and consistency. We dry our leaves at a minimum temperature of 42°C for an optimal conservation of its naturally occurring vitamins. 

For more information on Moringa and its uses, visit our scientifically based site: www.moringanews.org 

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A nutritional and cultural richness

In India and in Sri Lanka, Moringa fruits and leaves are commonly cooked (in a variety of ways) as greens. The tree is cultivated in orchards to support the growth of its long green pods, and its bushes are trimmed in order to promote the growth of its leaves.

In Africa, Moringa leaves constitute the culinary identity of certain cultural groups (the Mboum recipe of the Wolofs in Senegal, the Kopto of the Haussa in Nigeria, the Daba of the Konso in Ethiopia… for more information visit the recipe blog). Initial interest in Moringa leaves’ nutritional properties began on this continent due to efforts to prevent nutritional deficiencies. The powder formed from its dried leaves are superbly concentrated with proteins, vitamins, and minerals that are easy to use and preserve. 

The benefits and usage of this superfood’s exceptional source of proteins, vitamins, and minerals has already gained popularity in Germany, the United States, and Japan. In addition to being a culinary ingredient of grand nutritional quality, it’s also easy to use and conserve and serves as a complement to any fresh and natural palate!