Posted on 19. May, 2010 by funlayo.
Shea Butter is a wonderful healing balm for chapped skin. A group of women who spend a lot of time outdoors working with horses in all kinds of weather, gave shea butter a thumbs up.
Posted on 15. Feb, 2010 by funlayo.
Rural women – who are the people most affected by poverty – lead the efforts to process shea nuts into shea butter. When women sell shea butter in the marketplace, the income allows them to support their families.
Posted on 10. Feb, 2010 by funlayo.
Post taken from West African Trade Hub West Africa Trade Hub – Conference connects the industry – and business does the rest. On a recent sunny afternoon in Minna, Nigeria, Thompson Ogunsanmi had a list of new developments in the area’s shea sector to share. It was a long list. Activity in the shea business […]
Posted on 24. Sep, 2009 by funlayo.
One of the most straightforward means of adding value to any commodity is the processing of raw material into higher-value end-products â€“ in this case the extraction of shea butter from shea nuts.
Posted on 11. Sep, 2009 by funlayo.
The next step is to skim the butter emulsion into an aluminum pot and cook over a fire. This process causes the water to evaporate and separates the chaff from the butter.