Our task was to see if Ugandans and Mozambicans would accept an orange sweet potato to grow and eat – and if so, could we prove that the orange sweet potato was a good source of Vitamin A? We succeeded! Farmers started to grow the sweet potato and families began to eat it and the biggest winners were the children under the age of 5 who got a steady supply of Pro-Vitamin A. ~ Dr. Anna-Marie Ball
Warning! Oh my stars! This post doesn’t have any “sin” in it!
Instead I want to brag and share with you the cover and article from The Nutritionist an excellent magazine published in Kampala, Uganda. My dear friend Dr. Anna-Marie Ball was recently featured on the cover and an article was written about the orange-fleshed sweet potato project she has been running in the country. I previously shared one of Anna’s recipes in the post Vitamin ‘Eh’ Sweet Potatoes.
Here is a clip from the article.