The baobab pulp we use comes from the north-west of Benin. We have worked hand in hand with a cooperative of women at Natitingou since its creation in 2009.
The cooperative is made up of seven groups of women who organise the collection of baobab bio fruit from trees which are hundreds or even thousands of years old.
Together we reflect on the measures to be put in place to obtain the best possible fruit and help them to carry out these measures to enable the work of the cooperative. This cooperation is a true source of reciprocal benefit.
The “adopt a baobab” scheme (see the video presentation below) is an example of sustainable development action we have put in place in collaboration with the cooperative. The aim : to support local production by setting a nursery for baobab trees to ensure the development of the cooperative.