CHIA AFRICA is registered in Kenya with farm land in Uganda. It founded on a vision of providing available, nutritional supplement of the important omega 3& 6.The delicate balance achieved by Omega 3 & 6 in our bodies remains impeccable and evidence goes back to its use in old civilization and modern scientific biochemistry on nutritional value.
CHIA was first used by the Aztecs as early as 3500 BC and was cash in the centre of Mexico between 2600 & 2000BC by the Teotihuacan and Toltec civilization. It was one of the main components of the Aztecs diet.
Dr. Chia Plus seeds are planted naturally on a vast 500 acres of land in the western part of Uganda on the rich rolling valleys of Kigumba. The region is referred as the bread- basket of Uganda owing to its rich soil content and the only region that has soil composition that requires no additional supplements. In the region, the rains are plenty and sufficient for effective Chia development.
Dr. chia Plus seeds have gone through a rigorous laboratory testing by the, Uganda Phytosanitary , Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS) and the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) to authenticate the nutritional value and bio-safety .The bureau gave Dr. Chia 100% bill of good quality and found the same to be laden with exceedingly high potency omega 3 and as a result certified safe for human consumption., Dr. Chia is grown naturally on our fields and no additional supplements and/or fertilizer is added to the plants. We guarantee the nutritional profile of every chia seed we produce. Rains on our fields are more than adequate. We let our crops grow under natural rain to the best of their ability and finally let them ripen and dry naturally in the sun.
To provide leadership on Chia-food supplement, agriculture, natural resources, rural development, nutrition, and related issues based on sound public policy, the best available chia growing agricultural practices, science, and efficient management of Chia
To expand economic opportunity through chia, helping rural population to thrive; to promote agriculture production sustainability that better nourishes our bodies while also helping feed others throughout the world; and to preserve and conserve our natural food resources through restored forests, improved watersheds, and healthy private working lands.