The breadfruit family keeps growing, and we are proud to collaborate with many members of it, including those featured with us in a recent Forbes article called Breadfruit Has All The Makings of A Global Future Food Trend.
Senior Contributor Daphne Ewing-Cho wrote, “Trees That Feed Foundation, a U.S. non-profit that plants fruit-bearing trees to feed, eradicate poverty, and benefit the environment, is so convinced that breadfruit trees are the route to sustainable development, that for every $15 donation, it plants a breadfruit tree in a developing country, and for a donation of $150, it donates 60 pounds of breadfruit flour, which can make about 500 meals for a school.”
Yes! We know that breadfruit trees are a solution to hunger, poverty, and climate change! We have been reporting on our proven, successful programs for the last 15 years. It’s a joy to see the good word spread.
TTFF is proud of and grateful to all the others who, as Ewing-Cho said, are on the “breadfruit train.”
We thank you, our supporters, for being part of the breadfruit family too!