By hand-harvesting only fresh young leaves, Kuli Kuli ensures that our organic moringa powder is the freshest and highest quality moringa on the market. We work with women-led farming cooperatives worldwide to grow moringa, use it to improve local nutrition and help our farmers earn a sustainable livelihood by selling it here in the US.
To date, we’ve planted 200,000 moringa trees and supported 800 women farmers to earn a sustainable livelihood growing moringa.
We work closely with our Ghanaian and Haitian nonprofit partners to provide training on how to best grow moringa and use it to improve nutrition locally. But that’s not enough for us.
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...