Our privileged relationship with Madagascar is unique and is based not just on business matters but is a humanitarian partnership. In order to help the villages located around our harvesting zone, we decided to help them become autono-mous by developing their entrepreneurship skills. Our expertise through training was bestowed through our special team who introduced the methods of beekeep-ing them. This exchange included the purchase of hives which we entrusted to the villagers.
Today, this small group of auto-entrepreneurs harvest the hives, and 30% of our revenues goes to them and their families. Besides, through our foundation, we provide funding to two schoolteachers, thus ensuring access to education to the children as well.
Dedicated artisans who have mastered the art of sculpting create sub-products from the zebu horn – the most popular being the zebu honey-spoon which you can buy from our main office. The zebu is emblematic for the Malagasy people, and to hold one of these spoons between our hands goes beyond the purpose of the object.