Moringa Company Kuli Kuli Pioneers New Anti-Inflammatory Superfood

Oakland, CA. – Leading health and wellness experts at the Sterling Rice GroupGood Morning America, and the popular wellness blog Well+Good have identified moringa as the top wellness trend of 2018. Kuli Kuli, America’s moringa brand has seen over 200% growth within its line of moringa products, and is leveraging the power of the US market to fundamentally change the lives of farmers across West Africa and Central America.

Known in ancient cultures as the “tree of life,” moringa is nutrient-dense and contains promising medicinal benefits. Moringa’s leaves are naturally rich in protein, iron, calcium, vitamins, and antioxidants, and provides a complete plant-protein with all nine essential amino acids.  Kuli Kuli sources the highest-quality, organic, sustainably-grown moringa leaves from their network of family farmers and women-led cooperatives across the globe.

Kuli Kuli’s products—Moringa Superfood Bars, Pure Organic Moringa Vegetable Powder, Organic Moringa Greens & Proteins Smoothie Mixes, Energizing Moringa Herbal Tea, and Moringa Green Energy shots—are sold in over 6,000 stores across the US, including Whole Foods Market, Sprouts, Safeway, and Kuli Kuli’s moringa products make it easy for Americans to get their greens on the go while helping to plant moringa trees and support women farmers in the developing world.

Kuli Kuli is the leading moringa brand in the US and was founded by Lisa Curtis after she discovered the wonders of moringa during her time as a volunteer in the Peace Corps in West Africa.  As it turns out, moringa is one of the most nutritious plants on the planet, even more nutritious than kale. Kuli Kuli sources only the highest quality moringa. The company is proud to partner with family farmers and women-led farming cooperatives in developing countries to provide economic opportunities, and has partnered with the Clinton Foundation to help with the reforestation of Haiti. To date, Kuli Kuli has planted more than 1 million moringa trees and supported over 1,000 women and smallholder farmers to help them earn a sustainable living. To learn more about Kuli Kuli, visit

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