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January 15, 2021

Breadfruit Flour

Did you know you can make flour from breadfruit? And that breadfruit is gluten-free, an up and coming superfood, and a good source of vitamins? Keep an eye out for breadfruit at Roatan roadside markets and time to get those breadfruit trees planted, for food security, economic diversification, and all the environmental benefits that come with producing more food in Roatan. Want to learn more about planting breadfruit or help supply breadfruit trees to local families, if so check out: https://supportroatan.com/conservation/
December 21, 2020

Breadfruit in Roatan

Did you know a breadfruit tree can produce up to 200 fruits per year and can help feed a family for up to 50 years? Breadfruit has been branded a true superfood: gluten-free, high in protein and carbohydrates, low in fat, loaded with omegas, antioxidants. folate, fiber, and phytonutrients. Breadfruit can be baked, steamed, fried, dried, and made into flour. The global health and wellness market will be worth an estimated $6 trillion dollars by 2025. The humble breadfruit has been labeled a product to watch. And yes you can find and grow breadfruit right here in Roatan, time to […]
December 19, 2020

Roatan Local Market Video Launch

Our partnership with the Roatan Local Market continues to grow. The RLM is an amazing project-driven with energy and passion for small businesses and entrepreneur development. Local community markets are organized a few times a month in various locations in Roatan and provide an outlet for small businesses to sell to the public but also provide an important community event which is bringing together local residents, tourists and businesses. Keep an eye out for the next Roatan Local Market and check out the promotional video we created for them which will run on the Roatan Travel Network on channel 117 […]
December 9, 2020

Support Local Roatan Businesses

Over the past months, it has been great to see so many people get creative and develop micro-businesses producing or making products on the island. Many of these micro-businesses started from an idea or passion and developed by selling products to family and friends, onto selling to the community and hopefully continue to develop into businesses which help keep money locally, generate employment, sell wholesale or open retail stores, develop a local food and product industry to assist in tourism growth and maybe one day, one day even export products off the island. It’s quite a potential journey many local […]
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