The African monkey bread tree (Adansonia digitata), also called Baobab, is a tree species characteristic of the tropical Savannas south of the Sahara. During the wet season, the tree grows fruit similar in hardness and size to the coconut. Then tree then draws water from the fruit during the dry season, which dries the fruit in a natural way. After the harvest, the fruit is separated from the seeds and fibres and gentled processed. Baobab fruit is an important, nutritious food source in large parts of Africa.
Organic Baobab Powder can simply be stirred into water, juices or food.