Monthly Archives: June 2014

Need ideas for dinner?

NewScientist recently got in touch with TTFF for breadfruit recipes that we could share with readers. We are thrilled to see them printed in NewScientist’s recent article,Recipes for an unexpected tropical wonder food. Try out the recipes in your own … Continue reading

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Breadfruit demand on the rise

Another article stating that breadfruit demandcontinues to be on the rise: “The CEO of a Fiji company exporting breadfruit to New Zealand says demand is increasing and Pacific businesses need to grow to meet the demand. Michael Finau Brown was … Continue reading

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What is Happier than a Pig in Mud?!

June 3rd, 2014. Nothing, except maybe a Haitian pig in mud. Why is this photo from our recent TTFF trip so important? It indicates environmental growth in Haiti. There was an unfortunate chapter in Haitian history when local Haitian pigs … Continue reading

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1,000 More Trees to Haiti

June 9th, 2014. Mike and I recently returned from TTFF’s trip to Haiti. We visited communities throughout the Haiti that have received trees from our organization. We went to Three Angels‘ nursery in Port-Au-Prince and saw the first fruit on TTFF … Continue reading

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Checking in with Randi and Afia

June 25th, 2014. Randi and Afia, two graduate students from the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs, are in their third week of their TTFF summer fieldwork project in Jamaica. They continue to travel throughout the country,meeting with farmers, … Continue reading

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Breadfruit Flour Feeding Patients in Haiti

June 6th, 2014. During our trip to Haiti, we reached out to the local TB/AIDS hospital that receives breadfruit flour from TTFF. This flour is produced locally, contains many nutrients and has a very long shelf-life. The flour is made … Continue reading

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