Women-Owned Brands: Kuli Kuli

Kuli Kuli in Food & Beverage Magazine

While working with women farmers in Niger, Kuli Kuli’s founder Lisa Curtis was introduced to the energizing and healing powers of moringa. Out of that experience, Lisa dreamed of a business that would help Americans experience the power of superfoods like moringa while empowering female farmers around the world. Out of that dream, Kuli Kuli was born.

Kuli Kuli’s vision is to pioneer the plants of the future in the US market. Their mission is to turn climate-smart, community-grown superfoods into staple foods, enabling them to generate income for thousands of farmers while fighting climate change. They partner with local entrepreneurs to create sustainable supply chains that provide nourishment, livelihoods, and reforestation in communities around the world. With each supplier they work with, their focus is on regenerative agricultural practices, women’s empowerment, and unlocking access to nourishing superfoods locally. Nourishing you, nourishing the world.™

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