Oft referred to as “white gold,” camel milk is both a valuable export and a sustainable alternative to traditional milk options. Camel milk is slightly salty, frothy and rich with benefits: from managing diabetes and allergies to affording drinkers a supply of iron and vitamin B and C. It has long been a valuable resource for East Africans as they battle droughts and climate change. With over 12.2 million camels in the region, the supply is bountiful and the uses are endless. Read more about it at Quartz.
The Next Superfood is an East African Export