Electric Deep Fryers in Ethiopia
The Ethiopian Naturalist has started a GoFundMe page to help with the cost of the Deep Fryers construction as well as to help build the Ethiopian Naturalist Institute, which, in fact, will be located in Fadrebi City, Kenya. Read More: Ethiopia’s Growing Food Economy
The Soweto City, Kenya City Council held its own meeting where local residents expressed their support for the Ethiopian naturalist project. The project takes advantage of Ethiopia’s proximity to global markets and its access to markets which give food grown there both to people from Africa and to foreign visitors as well.
Nashua’s Flemish-based local company, Flemish Chef, is now using this open source technology to bring new products to markets such as Fergal’s Chicken Market. Electric Deep Fryers in Ethiopia
“The Ethiopian naturalists are a group of people who see potential for food with a focus on small scale production and the production of organic food,” says Naseem Omera, Ethiopia’s first naturalist and who now works for the company, which began the project with his brother. “We are trying to do the same with Soweto because we live near, for that matter, the city of Fadrebi where we can produce these new recipes.”
“A big part of our business is to raise food for small businesses in Fadrebi,” says Omera. “The only problem is, we cannot