Inspired by the mighty Baobab
Inspired by the mighty Baobab, the African "Tree of Life", we are on a mission to preserve biodiversity by revaluing wild plants once considered lost crops™ and share their exceptional regenerative benefits for wellness, social good, and the environment.
"Kaibae" means, "Hello, how are you? Are you well?" in Kusaal, the language spoken by our harvesting partners in Ghana
By working in direct partnership with indigenous communities, we insure the regenerative and ethical harvest of our ingredients. When you purchase KAIBAE products, you're doing more than just supporting your own health; you're playing an active role in supporting the livelihoods of harvesting communities. The income they generate by harvesting wild plants grants our partners year-round stability, food security and better access to education and healthcare. It's good for the environment too— Lost Crops™ like Baobab, Cacay, Kappaphycus, Shea and Allanblackia now have economic value and are protected, contributing to the greater preservation of Earth's biodiversity.
Lost Crops film
Follow the Kaibae team as they work with communities in Ghana, Colombia, and Zanzibar to harvest wild, organic ingredients in the award-winning documentary short by filmmaker Christopher Jenkins.