Photo Credit: Sonya Varma
A woman heads into the peanut butter factory that has brought hope and the opportunity to become breadwinners and bosses to many.
Peanut Butter Power
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Reporter Sonya Varma tells the story of a group of rural South African women who saw big potential in peanut butter, a traditional food in many parts of Africa. They started a peanut butter business. With a grant from a charity, they got a diesel-powered grinder that in just 45 minutes can crank out 12 times more peanut butter than the women previously produced in one day. Today, their peanut butter business employs seven full time workers and brings in $150 a day.

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