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Good Taste profits help provide Nigerian orphanage with clean water

We were delighted to receive this report from TASTE which explains how our profits have been used to provide clean water and kitchen facilities at The City of Refuge Orphanage in Nigeria. The Orphanage set up as a result of the inflow of children displaced from the Northeast. The Northeast is a ministry ground and […]

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Meet Kilombero farmers from Malawi

Monday 17th September from about 3.30 – 5.30pm Kilombero farmers from Malawi are in the UK promoting their rice and other products from Malawi. We have managed to secure a place on their tour and they will be talking to students at Fir Vale school in the afternoon and then coming to the shop to meet […]

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90kg Rice Challenge

Kilombero rice is delicious rice grown in North Malawi, giving the customer the option of white or brown grains. We buy the rice from JTS; a fair trade, not-for-profit organisation that has a special relationship with Malawi, that supports local Malawian farmers. The rice is grown on nutrient rich soil along Lake Malawi, this paired […]

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Taste Equal Rights School

Welcome to Equal Rights School Equal Rights Secondary School is a Catholic school located in Plateau State and was established in 1998. The school roll is currently 175 students comprising 93 girls and 82 boys, of age between 11 and 18 years. The student population is made up of different Christian denominations and Muslims. The two […]

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Meet Ben from TASTE

Why did you come to Sheffield? I came to Sheffield in 1985 to read Civil and Structural Engineering at the University of Sheffield. I was born in Nigeria but came to the UK when I was 8 years old. I was brought up in London and never thought I would live anywhere else until I […]

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TASTE Latrines and WASH Workshop

TASTE Latrines and WASH Workshop TASTE Latrines and WASH Workshop – Back in June we posted our TASTE Update Blog, which informed you of the news that TASTE had completed their project to repair two boreholes for a village community in the Plateau State of Nigeria. This project was funded by a £5000 donation by us from […]

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TASTE Project Update

Money turns to water   TASTE Project Update In April we were delighted to announce we had been able to donate £5000 from our first year’s profits to TASTE (Transfer of Appropriate Sustainable Technology & Expertise) and we have now had notification that the money is already being spent. It was earmarked to help a village […]

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TASTE charity Blog post – April 2016

Thank you from us all… Author: Jenny Coleman A profit of £5000 in our first year has exceeded all our expectations, and means we can transform the lives of 3000 people living in a village in rural central Nigeria. TASTE (Transfer of Appropriate and Sustainable Expertise) is going to use our donation to help a village […]