Food Adventure is the lead partner in Wales for this innovative Welsh/Cameroon initiative. We are proud to work in partnership with Cardiff Metropolitan University and its Zero2Five Food Industry Centre, Welsh artisan food producers, smallholders and the Ministry of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Handicrafts and Social Economy in Cameroon.
The aim of the project is to share learning between the countries to support Micro and Small and medium enterprises in the food processing industry to develop businesses which provide sustainable livelihoods, produce foods which are healthy, nutritious and safe, and are sustainable for the environment, their communities and culture.
On this page you will find videos and fact sheets on food production methods as well as link to download our latest research. If you would like to learn more, please follow the link to our contact page and complete the form.
This project is supported by the Welsh Government Wales for Africa Grant Scheme.
Dschang Hot Sauce
We went to Cameroon with Angharad, founder of the award winning The Preservation Society to give workshops on preserving fruit and veg! Angharad fell in love with the hot sauce. As soon as she came home, she developed a recipe to recapture the sauce. In this video she shares her recipe and shows you how to process it so it will keep for years in a jar. Our fact sheet on preserving sauces is coming soon!
You are in for a treat! Angharad, is going to show you how to make pickles from watermelon rind. That’s right! Don’t throw away those watermelon rinds, you can make a pickle similar to a cornichon. Our fact sheet on pickling is coming soon!
Have glut of tomatoes? Learn how to preserve them using the canning method! Our fact sheet on the water bath method of canning is coming soon
Angharad makes a simple mango jam using honey! You can use this method for mangoes and many other fruits. . Our fact sheet on preserving fruit in jam is coming soon!