After working with coffee farmers in Ethiopia for NGO TechnoServe, Ariana Day Yuen came up with a unique way to harmonize agriculture production with forest conservation. She formed Forested Foods and recently launched its first product, Maryiza monofloral honeys. These honeys are from a single type of tree in a single forest in a single season. The resulting honey is distinct and divine. Listen in to learn more about how Ariana's company is not just preserving tree coverage, but is also creating a demand for biodiversity that could help the planet.
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