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Growth prospects for Ethiopian honey

Monday 4th of January 2016 01:40:57 AM  |  Ethiopia Observer Travel

On a Friday in January, Adugna Akal is standing in her unassuming stall, filled with green plastic containers, located in the centre of Lalibela town waiting for clients. The self-employed mother of five children has been selling honey for the past fourteen years, both in crude and pure forms. Adugna, a woman of medium height, with bare forehead, sources her honey from the highland Ayina village, Bugna province, 60 kms south of Lalibela, renowned for its production of natural honey. “The…

                   


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