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Among the tropical fruits, Jackfruit is an important underutilized fruit and often called the poor man’s fruit because of its affordability and availability in large quantities during the season. The fruit often assumes the role of a secondary staple food as well as contributes to the livelihoods of the poor. Jackfruit has been in cultivation in India from ancient times.
Jackfruit is now regarded as a species worthy of research attention because of its wider potential use in nutrition and its potential to increase local incomes when grown in agroforestry and home garden systems.
Jackfruit constitutes three parts viz., bulb, seeds and the rind
Uganda jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) is an exceptional berry from the same family as mulberries. It is famous for being the only fruit in the world that crosses the 35-kilogram margin in weight. It also breaks the record in length-at 90 centimeters-and width-at half a meter. Ugandans call the tree by the acronym fenne. The raw fruit is tasty but can feature in pies and other dishes for adding flavor. The fruits are popular sources of processed by-products like chips, curry and jam. This makes them some of the best sources of healthy snacks for vegetarians as it easily substitutes fried snack.
Each fruit contains 22 percent of vitamin C content and 2 percent of the daily value of Vitamin A. Its vitamin B-6 value is quite high at 15 percent while that of potassium stands at 12 percent. Each fruit has a dietary fiber reach of 6 percent and 7 percent magnesium for strong bone formation. It is a rich source of antioxidants that fight diseases like cancer, while its vitamin-rich composition helps to keep the body immune. It also enhances the work of the digestive system.
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Founded in 2015 as a family business, Miyonga Fresh Greens is a Multi Award Winning Company begun as a transitional horticultural farm with 10 acres located in, Machakos County. We have fully established exporters with access to a network over 1500 smallholder growers across East Africa
Miyonga comes from community supported agriculture which means that each purchase goes to impact the livelihoods of the smallholder farmers, their families and overall community. All our fruits are natural taste and traceable to source using block chain tracebiliy
We believe that smallholder farmers should earn a share of profits from their efforts and so we have a long term revenue model that includes profit sharing with our farmers.
Our Mission To provide fresh and wholesome products of high quality that meet international food standards.
Our Vision To be the Lead Company in the supply of high quality horticultural products from Africa
Our production sites: Kenya,Uganda,Tanzania
Our Promise: Quality Wholesome and Sustainable Products
How we work
Miyonga trains smallholder farmers on suitable varieties to adopt sustainable agricultural practices that lead to certification thus increasing access to market. Moreover, use of innovative agro-processing technologies creates value added food products with high market demand and higher market value for local consumption and export, thus reducing food waste.
2015 Sinapis Business Plan Winner
2016 Gender in Innovation AWARD GAIA
2017 Social Impact on Women and Youth
2018 Top 50 innovators in Africa
Our Organic products lines include
Dried Organic fruits: Mango, Pineapple ,Pawpaw, Banana, Coconut and Jackfruit
Powders: Mango, Banana, Pineapple, Baobab superfruit , Moringa, and Ginger