Established way back in 1991 in Swaziland by the NGO ‘Manzini Youth Care’, the main goal of Eswatini Kitchen was to create jobs for disadvantaged women and create a market for small local farmers who harvested wild fruits such as guava and marula. It started with just 5 women working in a kitchen, and they covered every part of the production process. Over the years, it went from strength to strength and began generating profits, and nowadays, it has gone online – http://www.eswatinikitchen.co.sz/ – and opened up to the global marketplace, shipping to 15 international marketplaces. It now provides a fair and sustainable income for over 300 people in Swaziland and devotes it’s profits to numerous initiatives that support more than 2000 marginalised children and young people in the country. Products include various jams, marmalades, chutneys, and sauces using eclectic African ingredients such as kumquats and marula juice.