africa cultivation base
In 2016, the Sudanese Ambassador, Mr Omar invited our company’s founders to study local aromatic plants in Sudan. Circular economic projects, designed to employ reuse, sharing, repair, refurbishment, remanufacturing,and recycling, were then developed in the areas of R&D, and the product development of regional aromatic plants in conjunction with leaders ,officials and scholars from Sudan’s Agricultural industry, the National Plant Experimental Center, and the African International University respectively.
Since that time we have established a cultivation base in Sudan for international Research and Development of plants such as frankincense, myrrh, baobab, and toothbrush trees in conjunction with input from the UN’s circular economy assessors. This was done with careful planning to ensure ongoing biodiversity, environmental impact monitoring and cultivation processes, and the use of advanced extraction methods.
Frankincense, myrrh, baobab, and toothbrush trees have grown for hundreds, if not thousands of years in Africa and the Middle East and are a strong part of the ecological foundation of this region. In order to protect the local ecological system we keep the growing, picking and sorting as manual processes. We take care to adhere to the principles of “no grafting, no genetic modification, and no chemical field management” to protect the environment and gain a higher quality product in our pure green, and pollution-free cultivation center.