Helping smallholder farmers become expert tomato growers to serve local markets.
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Mira Metha, CEO of Tomato Jos joined CNBC Africa to explore investing in Nigeria's agriculture value chain.
Tomato Jos believes in the power of local food production for local consumption. Tomato Jos helps Nigerian farmers make awesome tomato paste!
A Harvard Business School graduate who is passionate about entrepreneurship pitches her tent in Northern Nigeria, farming tomatoes.
A presentation by Mira Mehta - CEO of Tomato Jos, during the FPPE 2015 exposyum in Nairobi.
Part 1. While on a routine business trip, on behalf of the Clinton Health Access Initiative in Northern Nigeria, Mira Mehta observed that there were tremendous amounts of tomatoes wasting away. Read more...
Part 2. This is the start of Mira Mehta's bulletproof entrepreneurial journey. Donate to their Kickstarter fund and help "Tomato Jos" become a reality.
Addressing human needs at the base of the economic pyramid. Tomato Jos hopes to help improve farmers' practices and sales, to boost their incomes.
Click on the link to find out why these Harvard graduates are keen on tomatoes.
Two Harvard graduates are trying to crowdfund their way to making tomato paste in Nigeria but they need your help.
A start-up wants to unlock the wasted potential of 200,000 tomato farmers.
Tomato Jos: The Beginning of a Farming Success Story.