Nubians may have seen the Nile first, probably the first to appreciate its potential. From their desert homes, they shared early hieroglyphics, architecture, art, and tools with cultures north and south along the river.
The Nubians’ early blood, character, and technologies would define much of today’s Egypt and sub-Saharan Africa. The Nile enabled the trade that would blend and enrich cultures dependent on the river’s products and fertility. Boats would carry and exchange treasures like sesame, gum Arabic, wheat, barley, flax, papyrus, fruit, and vegetables.
Nile Harvest™seeks to expand that trade to the United States’ markets for natural and nutritious foods. And, in doing so, we are committed to supporting the financial and social independence of African women.