Calling all Aduna Feel Good Tribers - let's #MakeBaobabFamous!
On this page you will find a series of ready made social media posts to share with your followers and spread the #baobablove. Just copy and paste the text (feel free to edit as much as you like!) and then right click on the image and save (they are sized up to work on all social platforms).
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1. THE LION KING
Remember Rafiki's tree in @TheLionKing? It’s actually a real-life tree called a Baobab, which grows in 32 countries in Africa. Baobabs produce an amazing superfruit that’s rich in vitamin C and fibre. Now we know why he carried them around all day attached to his walking stick! According to @Adunaworld, if baobab was better known, it could create sustainable income for 10 million rural households. Pretty incredible right? #makebaobabfamous www.makebaobabfamous.com
Rafiki’s tree in #TheLionKing is a #baobab. Its fruit can create income for 10m African women #makebaobabfamous [add image]
2. THE TREE OF LIFE
Known as The Tree of Life, baobabs predate mankind and can survive for up to 5,000 years. Growing in 32 countries, they provide shelter, food and water for animals and humans across the savannah. The fruit of the baobab tree is one of the most nutrient-dense foods in the world: rich in vitamin C, fibre and antioxidants. If baobab were better known, it could create income for 10 million households in rural Africa. Superfood brand @adunaworld are on a mission to #makebaobabfamous - find out more at www.makebaobabfamous.com
Did you know the #baobab tree could provide sustainable income for 10m women in rural #Africa? #makebaobabfamous [plus image]
3. BAOBAB: THE AFRICAN SUPERFRUIT
Have you ever tried baobab before? It’s the fruit of the African baobab tree and one of my favourite superfoods so I thought I’d tell you why! Baobab is the only fruit in the world that dries on the branch creating a natural and organic superfood powder which has a sweet, citrussy taste – a bit like a healthy sherbet. You can mix it in your smoothies or juices or sprinkle it on your breakfasts. Its rich in vitamin C and fibre and is great for boosting energy, giving you a strong immune system, good digestion and healthy skin. As if that wasn’t amazing enough, baobab can also provide sustainable income to millions of women in rural Africa. #MakeBaobabFamous @adunaworld www.makebaobabfamous.com
4. TRADE NOT AID
The unusual looking fruits in this basket are baobabs, the fruit of the African baobab tree. Baobab fruits dry on the branch creating a 100% organic superfood powder that’s rich in vitamin C, fibre and antioxidants. The trees grow wild in 32 countries and are owned and harvested by communities. There are 10 million women in rural Africa who can provide baobab from the existing crop. If there was a global demand for baobab, National Geographic estimates it could be worth a billion dollars to rural Africa every year – the only problem is that most people have never heard of it. Superfood brand and social business @Adunaworld has launched a campaign to #MakeBaobabFamous and create transformation for 10m households – through #tradenotaid. Find out more and join the campaign at www.makebaobabfamous.com
One African super-fruit. 10 million livelihoods for rural Africa! #makebaobabfamous www.makebaobabfamous.com [plus image]
5. Make Baobab Famous video
This inspiring 2 minute video by superfood brand @adunaworld explains how the humble African baobab fruit can improve our health and create income for 10 million women in rural Africa. #MakeBaobabFamous https://youtu.be/EVWr7N9UbJc
6. SUSTAINABLE INCOME FOR 10 MILLION WOMEN
In remotest rural Ghana, much of the population live in extreme poverty. Women are particularly marginalised, suffering from lack of property rights and high illiteracy levels. One of the rights women do have is ownership of the baobab trees. Baobab fruits are one of the most nutrient-dense superfoods in the world. Up to 10 million women in 32 African countries can provide baobab from the existing crop which National Geographic could be worth a billion dollars to rural Africa every year. The only problem is that 95% of people have never heard of it. Superfood brand and social business @adunaworld is on a mission to #MakeBaobabFamous and create sustainable income for 10 million women. Get involved at www.makebaobabfamous.com