Kuli Kuli’s mission is improve nutrition and livelihoods worldwide through moringa. We are a certified Benefit Corporation, meaning that we place equal weight on people, planet and profit in all of our business decisions. Our three long-term goals are focused on improving lives within the communities we source from and our hometown of Oakland. Specifically, we aim to end malnutrition, empower women to achieve gender equality and plant a tree for each household in the communities where we work. Read our 2016 Impact Report to learn more.
Not only are our direct partnerships with farmers good for the world, it’s also good for you as a consumer. We work directly with our farmers to ensure that our moringa is grown in high-quality, clean soil and that we hand-harvest the fresh young leaves. Read more about about why not all moringa is created equal.
To date, Kuli Kuli has partnered with over 1000 farmers and planted over 1,000,000 moringa trees. Through our supply chain, we have provided more than $1.5 million in income to women-led farming cooperatives, nonprofits and family farmers.
To bolster the sustainability of our supply chain, Kuli Kuli has also been helping more people local to our suppliers benefit from moringa. We’ve partnered with nonprofits and have invested over $20,000 in supporting their work to encourage local use of moringa.
We want everyone to have access to the nutritional power of moringa.
Kuli Kuli sources from Ghana, Haiti, and Nicaragua. You can read more about our partners below.
In December 2014, Kuli Kuli co-founders Lisa Curtis and Jordan Moncharmont traveled to Ghana to meet the women who tend daily to the moringa plants that make their way into Kuli Kuli products.
Haiti Part I
In April 2016, Kuli Kuli co-founders Lisa, Valerie, and Jordan, and a small group of supporters travelled to Haiti. Our goal: get to know the people who are directly affected by Kuli Kuli’s investment in Haitian moringa...