Pineapples are grown locally and generously provided to EDP for free by Jei River
The fruit is cut up and thrown into the lean, mean juicing machine in the corner
These machines then squeeze out the last few drops of juice
Finally, the ginger and moringa is added to some and it is bottled up, ready to be sold at the AbroFresh stalls
At the end of the process, all the waste gets thrown on the compost
Our AbroFresh girls get ready to sell the juice in their bright yellow uniforms
The stall opens early in the local town and remains busy all day long- all proceeds go straight back to the school
Head Seth looking dapper at the AbroFresh kiosk
Promotion continues even after the stall is closed!
...how a bear likes honey! Buzz, buzz, buzz, I wonder why he does? Volunteers help the bee club to number the hives
The hives are populated and the number of bees grows steadily...
Students love donning the protective gear!
Once the honey is ready to harvest, the bees must be smoked out
At harvest time, it's all hands on deck- but watch out for the stings!
The honey is extracted from the honeycomb
The honey is then bottled up and will soon be sold locally, with profits going straight back to the school