TEA AS A PERSONAL GIFT: 1. Show your appreciation for someone 2. When YOU need to feel better 3. To encourage someone 4. Send a gift anonymously, just because 5. When someone is sick or injured 6. Cheer someone up who is feeling down 7. Send to someone starting a new job 8. Give to a student starting college 9. When you know someone will have a busy week 10. In appreciation for an act of kindness
TEA IN YOUR BUSINESS LIFE: 1. Appreciation for a referral 2. Thank you for an important order 3. Your client got a promotion 4. Send a gift just because 5. Send an “I’m Sorry” gift for a messed-up order 6. Leave a gift when you visit a client’s business 7. After your client visits your trade show booth 8. Your client’s company is honored with an award 9. Send a “What’s Up” gift if you haven’t heard from a client lately 10. Give gifts to your client’s support staff on administrative assistant’s day
Gus Le Breton - known as the African Plant Hunter, has a passion to teach about the indigenous crops of Africa (including our own baobab fruit) and what they have to offer. Learn about them in this interview and follow Gus in this important work. A Gift To Africa is honored to collaborate with the work Gus does.
Our Baobab Fruit powder originates from Malawi, a landlocked country in south central Africa - a country that ranks among the world's least developed countries - with women-led households being the worst hit. As we celebrate International Women Day (March 8) and women’s’ History month (March), we thought it was a good time to introduce you to our fearless partner and a tireless advocate for women empowerment in Malawi to talk about the plight of women in Malawi.
As more scientific research is emerging, people across the world are beginning to show interest in products made from the high-nutrition baobab fruit powder that is already dry around the seeds of the ripened fruit. The baobab fruit powder is high in antioxidants and considered one of the very best food sources of vitamin C in the world.
We are devoted to working directly with African women who are artisans and small scale farmers in Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe to provide real jobs and decent income. Currently we work directly (no middle man) with over 300 women… and hoping to grow!