With the ever-increasing demand in western societies for natural organic health and beauty products, Tanzania is an excellent source for some of the most in-demand produce.
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Because Shea Butter has such a large healing fraction, in addition to moisturising fraction, regular use of this natural cream can treat many skin problems, including blemishes, wrinkles, itching, sunburns, small skin wounds, eczema, skin allergies, insect bites, frost bite, and other skin conditions.
Castor oil comes from the plant Ricinus communis, also called the castor oil plant. The castor seed gets pressed into a versatile, pale-yellow vegetable oil with a very distinct flavour and smell. Among its benefits, it can provide a barrier on the skin and protect against moisture loss.
Chia seeds are the tiny black seeds from the Salvia hispanica plant, a member of the mint family. It is a great bet for restoring vital moisture, diminishing redness and inhibiting the appearance of wrinkles. Those essential fatty acids also help to make the skin feel soothed and calmed.
Also known by their scientific name Adansonia, baobab trees can grow up to 30 meteres tall and produce a large fruit that is commonly consumed and appreciated for its delicious citrus-like flavour. The fruit oil is used in foods because of its nutrients, health benefits, and as a natural preservative.
Leasing land for farming
As we mentioned earlier, agriculture is the central part of Tanzania's economy, with over 44 million hectares of arable land and only 33 per cent of this amount in cultivation. Almost 70 per cent of the population live in rural areas, and nearly all are involved in the farming sector.
Hi, I am Victor Manyahi, Co-Founder of Kiyiira Limited (Tanzania). I am your contact on the ground. Our office is in Dar Es Salaam.
Once I understand what you want to achieve, whether it's land for farming or the export of agricultural products, I will be able to advise on the way forward. Please be as detailed as possible in your response.