Ever tried Peppadew peppers? They’re sweet piquanté peppers grown in South Africa. And they’re my new favorite ingredient. You need them in your life.
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South Africa’s Advertising Standards Authority has ordered biotech giant Monsanto to immediately withdraw an advertisement it’s been running on the country’s Radio 702 channel. The decision comes after the African Centre for Biosafety submitted a complaint to the ASA after the ad was aired and found to be inappropriate.
If the water flowing from your tap were contaminated, how would you quench your thirst? Rather than run the risk of contracting a waterborne disease, some residents of Mpumalanga province in South Africa have turned to beer to stay hydrated.
The wonderful potential of corporate globalization. Rich corporations that have compromised the health of people living in rich countries can now do so in the developing world, as well. “Diabetes, obesity and heart disease rates are soaring in developing countries, as multinationals find new ways of selling processed food to the poor,” the Guardian reports. […]
A recent Human Right Watch report talks about wine worker abuse in South Africa, but does that mean we should be boycotting all wine from that region?
The question I’ve been thinking about for the last few days is this – does making a product while considering the planet and people, actually make the product better? For wine at least, I think the answer lies in a broader understanding of the idea of terroir – the “place” a wine comes from.
This is the third post in a series from Tom Lynch, Founder of Worthwhile Wine Company. Tom is currently traveling through South Africa from village to vineyard and sharing his experiences from both settings here.
This is the second post in a series from Tom Lynch, Founder of Worthwhile Wine Company. Tom and his daughter are currently traveling through South Africa and working with some of the most amazing sustainable farmers in the world, rich and poor, as they explore how sustainable farming is creating a more sustainable society. Inzinga, […]
Hi. I’m Tom Lynch, Founder of Worthwhile Wine Company, an importer of great, sustainably made wines from South Africa. I’m also the Co-Founder with my teenage daughter, Miranda, of Isipho, Inc., a nonprofit company that is empowering the people of a remote rural South African village to lift themselves out of poverty through sustainable food […]