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Our visit of plantations in October 2015

We regularly check our plantations. Our last visit to St. Lucia in the Caribbean was in October 2015 and we B77again made sure that we put Moringa to the hands of the right people. They treat it with love and it grows more and more beautiful and tall. See for yourself.


Typical arrival on the plantation. Great! Moringa has again grown a little taller.

Typical arrival on the plantation. Great! Moringa has again grown a little taller.

The smell of fresh moringa. Who could resist?

The smell of fresh moringa. Who could resist?

Be careful, those Moringa trees have been growing for eight months!

Be careful, those Moringa trees have been growing for eight months!

Check is a must.

Check is a must.

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One of our visits to plantations in the Caribbean

Even though we travelled to the Caribbean for several times, this place still surprises us with its beauty. We developed an attachment to this place especially because we have been growing Moringa here on our own plantations. Growing quality Moringa costs a lot of effort and work. During our absence our planters take care of our plantations with love. And this is what one of our typical days right on the plantation looks like.

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