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Honey project brings sweet success for families in Zambia
by Tom White
The Guardian Translate This Article
17 September 2019
On 17 September 2019 The Guardian reported:
Beehives built out of scrap wood in the country's virgin forests have reaped rewards for 10,000 local families. A former hedge fund manager has become one of Africa's most prolific single-source honey producers through a social enterprise that impacts thousands of families. [Former trader Martin] Zuch said environmental concerns are also central to the project, explaining that lack of pesticides greatly increases the taste of the honey, enough of which is left in each hive to sustain production.
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