Teff is An Ancient Grain Teff, also known as 'Eragrostis Tef' or 'Williams Lovegrass' is a tiny grass seed native to Ethiopia. Teff was domesticated between 6000 and 4000 BC making it one of the world's most ancient crops.
Teff, an ancient grain from Ethiopia, dates back to 6000-4000 BC. Among the world's oldest crops, it's a tiny seed with big history.
Teff: an ancient grain, native to Ethiopia. Domesticated 6000-4000 BC, it's among the oldest crops.
For thousands of years, generations of our people toiled the land to gift the world the wonder that is Habesha Teff. Today, we are here to make sure that Ethiopia prospers because of it.
Through millennia, our ancestors tilled the land, presenting the world with Habesha Teff. Today, we safeguard its role in Ethiopia's prosperity
For ages, our people nurtured the land, bestowing the world with Habesha Teff. Today, we ensure Ethiopia's prosperity through it.
Ours is a mission that is inspired by fairness; fairness to the farmer, their time-honoured traditions, and the harvest of their efforts. We believe it is our duty to help them realise the high value their crops rightfully deserve in the global market, and give the dignity due for their hard work.
We're fueled by fairness: to farmers, traditions, and their yields. Our duty is recognizing crop value globally, honoring hard-earned dignity
Driven by justice, we champion farmers, traditions, and harvests. Empowering them for rightful recognition and fair global value.
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