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Cambridge Independent: Cambridge startup aids African farmers

A startup founded by Executive MBA alumnus Tom Ellum (EMBA 2016) is aiming to help farmers in Africa to sell their products abroad. “We are building a farm-to-fork platform for sustainably and ethically-sourced food from farmers in Africa,” Tom says. Currently, customers can buy such products as Ethiopian teff crisps (from “one of the oldest and smallest recorded grains”), roasted whole macadamia nuts, naturally dried mango and pineapple, and raw organic cacao beans covered in dark chocolate.

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