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04/14/2021 Recipes & more

The many faces of dried fruit

Dried mango, apricots, figs, dates, cherries, papaya, physalis, plums: they can all be much more than just a snack. gebana employee Carolin Schaar, who shares her passion for food on her blog, has documented the versatility of dried fruit and how to make use of even old, hard pieces. Recipes by Carolin Schaar, CaroKocht.com

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08/17/2020 Ecology

A closer look at ships

How environmentally damaging are container ships? It’s not a simple question. With the help of professionals in Schaffhausen, we’ve found a clear answer: they cause less damage than the cultivation of food that is transported by ship.

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08/06/2020 Fair Trade

"gebana money nana"

How does a Swiss company share its turnover with 2,500 family farmers in Burkina Faso? It takes a plan, modern technology, a fair share of patience and lots of enthusiasm. Text & Photos: Eleonora Gallo, gebana Berlin

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07/01/2020 Production Ecology

Good Avocado, Bad Avocado

The avocado has gone through many phases, from world-saving fruit to mass-produced food to a terrible evil that should never be bought again. But is it really so? Let’s take a look at the facts.

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