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Moringa 2017-2018

Moringa 2017-2018

When our new factory is complete finished a newer, more nice picture is coming….

Moringa 2017-2018

The Moringa year 2017 is almost over, what has happened a lot.

With all the up and downs a good year.

-Much invested in expansion …
-We have done a lot of research …

Baca-Villa-Cold-Press-Oil-Expeller-2017Much invested in expansion: new more advanced machines, expansion capacity, include a new state of the art full automatic controlled drying machine.High-capacity-grinding-machine-filter-systemMore ha organic Moringa trees, implements BRC food safety certification, fair trade and more education to farmers in the field of organically ecologically responsible farming, agricultural machinery and our own machines technique / maintenance and repair and quality improvement of processes.

We have done a lot of research: in different areas this year 2017 together with our quality team and thank the students of the HAS University of the Netherlands and ISTOM of France who have made a great contribution to this, where we can offer our customers a clear higher standard.

We thank all our customers for their trust.

Looking forward, the Moringa year 2018 looks good.

2018 will be dominated by a lot of education:
-to our existing and new farmers
-A technical knowledge extension on the farm and in our factory
-Quality improvement in all areas.
And therefore BRC Food safety certification and Fair Trade stand for 2018.

Moringa 2017-2018: We are ready for 2018!
We wish everyone happy holidays and a very good and healthy 2018 and we hope to see you again in 2018.

Route to our new location…

Team Baca-Villa

The art of drying Moringa leaves

The art of drying Moringa leaves

The art of drying Moringa leaves

We researched many years how to dry Moringa leaves, now we know more…

We have ever started drying leaves outside because we didn’t know better ….

Then from washing machine dryers to gas dryers, layer dryers to automated dry machines with temperature, air and moisture control. We have learned a lot to where we are now and we learn every day. There is only one way, testing, testing and testing until you have achieved the desired result …. but test on which?

Customers like long shelf life, beautiful green color leaves (powder), tasty taste and high nutritional value for a reasonable price.

What does the customer want or demands?
You can test for long shelf life, you can test for nutritional value, you can test on beautiful color, taste or test on a nice average …

There have been several studies on the drying of Moringa leaves, which we are all very pleased with, because there are lots of things to learn, but there should be more, we can use so much information.
But you have to do it yourself, self-learning and self-knowledge and exploit its capabilities and optimize, only then are you able to each specific customer requirement.

So we start testing with different drying machines, different times, different temperatures, constant humidity measurement, nutritional value, taste, color, shelf life and cost price of any final product.

This is your Moringa end product.


If there are people wondering why we don’t report the results here, I do not mind if some things are copied but I’ve been working on it for a long time and still working on it …..

If you have questions regarding this article, please let me know.

Till the next time,
Kind regards, Jan

*) ps : I have left the testing of Chemical characteristics out of this, because I think it is obvious that products are being tested and controlled when making food.

Moringa at Cambodia is coming

Moringa at Cambodia is coming

Moringa at Cambodia is coming. It offers perfect conditions for Moringa trees.Moringa at Cambodia is coming. It offers perfect conditions for Moringa trees.

The organic Moringa value chain is an ideal crop since it grows year around, it supplements the daily meal with important minerals and vitamins. As Moringa is in most Western Countries a new product the market demand is growing rapidly.

It’s BACA-VILLA long term business interest to support the farmers and people in the rural Cambodia with measurements that they will be able to keep their land and provide a better life in terms of income, housing, hygiene, health and welfare.

Cambodia has one of the highest levels of forest cover in the region this makes it rich in natural resources and biological diversity – among the bio-richest countries in Southeast Asia. It offers perfect conditions for Moringa trees.

Moringa at Cambodia offers perfect conditions for cultivate Moringa trees not only the forest also the climate is excellent, Cambodia is located in Southeast Asia in the tropical zone, just 10-13 degrees north off the equator.
Furthermore >than 60% of the population is working in the agriculture and because the soil is from excellent high quality, the Moringa tree likes it here very much, which also means it stimulates the agriculture economy for the farmers.

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Four Different Moringa Species

Four Different Moringa Species.

Moringa Stenopetala, Moringa Hildebrandtii, Moringa Drouhardii and the Moringa Oleifera.

Four Different Moringa Species.

Characteristics of seeds and kernels of Moringa-species.

A research from, Department of Livestock Sciences, Research Institute of Organic Agriculture, Frick, Switzerland.

The family Moringaceae is monogeneric and has 13 Moringa species
See the list here.
Moringa Oleifera, has more records of various kinds of research in scientific databases than of all the other 12 species combined. It has been found that all parts of Moringa Oleifera can be used.
For medicinal purposes, all parts of the plant (roots, leaves, seeds, bark, gum and flower) have been used to treat a multitude of diseases and deficiencies (Anwar et al., 2007).

Seed and leaf material from four different Moringa species were collected from all kind of countries to analyses them on Proximate Composition, Amino and Fatty Acid Profiles and Element Compositions.

Very interesting is to see the below table, the necessary amount of leaf dry matter intake (g) to cover 15% of the daily requirement of a child for the given nutrient of Moringa leaves. Requirement values from Golden (2009), with data from FAO where available, otherwise data from other sources (e.g. Institute of Medicine, IOM).

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Organic products at Baca Farm

Organic products at Baca Farm

Organic products at Baca Farm

Between our Organic Moringa trees we’re growing much more as your thinking about.

Organic Turmeric Powder

Organic Turmeric

Organic Moringa-powder

Organic Moringa powder

Organic Ginger Fresh from Organic Farm

Organic Ginger

Organic Moringa dry leaves

Organic Moringa dry leaves

Jasmin Moringa Tea

Jasmin Baca Moringa Tea

Pandan leaves powder

Pandan leaves powder



Organic products at Baca’s Farm is still increasing, all products we can also mix them with Moringa into powder, dry products, tablets etc.

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Cambodia Moringa present at China Organic Exhibition

Cambodia Moringa present at China Organic ExhibitionCambodia Moringa present at China Organic Exhibition

We are proud to pronounce that we, Baca Villa Productions Co Ltd at Cambodia, will promote our highly organic Moringa quality products on the Chinese market at the 20th China International Organic & Green Food Industry Expo 2016 (OFE Beijing 2016) from 14-16 April 2016, Beijing, China.

China International Organic and Green Food Industry Expo is the main section of China International Health Industry Expo
It is reported that, in 2015 China’s consumption of organic products reached 3.9- 9.4 billion USD and the organic food production had been growing at an average annual growth rate of 15%.

Organic food Exhibition China April 2016– Total 7 halls,1100 booths,35 professional medias, 40000 sqm show areas.

We are thankful of the support of the ADB (Asean Development Bank) Sponsoring  GMS  Agri-business  Operators  to   Attend  the  20th China, International Organic & Green Food Industry Expo 2016.
The Greater Mekong Subregion Core Agriculture Support Program Phase 2, Working Group on Agriculture Secretariat (WGA-S) of Asian Development Bank (ADB) aims to promote the subregion to be leading producers of safe food using climate friendly agriculture practices and linking smallholders of climate friendly agriculture to markets.  To achieve this goal, ADB and donors have approved fund from a regional technical assistance (RETA) 8163 to sponsor agri- business operators to a trade fair such as the captioned event to enhance market linkage, increase subregional agricultural competitiveness and promote agribusiness investment along the economic corridors.

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Effects of Moringa on Growth Yield Snap Beans

Effects of Moringa on Growth Yield Snap Beans.Effects of Moringa on Growth Yield Snap Beans.

Extracts from fresh Moringa leaves could  be used to produce an effective plant growth enhancer, increasing yield.

Two  field  experiments  were  carried  out  to  evaluate  the  effects  of  Moringa  leaf  extract  on  the growth,  yield and yield components  of snap bean. The results  showed  that Moringa  leaf extract applied at 11, 20, 33 and 50% concentration to snap bean plants at 10 days after emergence significantly (P = 0.05) increased vegetative growth, leaf chlorophyll content, plant dry matter (shoot and root), yield components  and fresh pod yield. The snap bean response  to increasing  Moringa extract  concentration  was  quadratic  with  respect  to  plant  height,  leaf  area,  leaf  number,  leaf chlorophyll   content,   shoot   dry  matter   and  root  dry  matter.   However,   Moringa   leaf  extract significantly (P = 0.05) reduced shoot and root water contents. Due to the Moringa extracts-induced increase in vegetative growth, leaf chlorophyll content, yield components and yield of snap beans, it was concluded that Moringa leaf extract could be used to enhance the growth and development  of snap beans.

Since  animal  protein  is  more  expensive than plant protein, legumes are important in less developed countries for the supply of relatively inexpensive proteins for rural and urban populations. However, grain yield of commercial crops of common beans is less than 1.0 tons/ha in most developing countries. In order to meet the rising food demand, emphasis has to be put on improving yields per hectare. This can be achieved  through  plant  breeding, biotechnology and application of plant growth regulators to positively modify plant growth to economic advantage.

Extracts  from fresh Moringa  leaves could  be used to produce an  effective  plant  growth  enhancer,  increasing yield  by  25-30%  for  nearly  any  crop  [5].  The active growth  enhancing  substances  in Moringa leaf  extract  are  reported  to  be  zeatin, dihydrozeatin and isopentyladenine which are natural  (endogenous)  cytokinins  [5,6].  The moringa  leaf is also composed  of proteins, minerals, vitamins, essential amino acids, glucosinolates, isothiocyanates and phenolics. Continue reading

DFS T-Gallery Angkor and Moringa Baca-Villa

DFS T-Gallery Angkor and Moringa Baca-Villa.

DFS T-Gallery Angkor and Moringa Baca-Villa.

Baca Villa Organic Moringa products inside of DFS T-Gallery at Angkor.

Vitchika selling Moringa products Baca-Villa at DFSThe T Galleria Angkor store spans more than 8,000 square meters over two floors, and is housed in a spectacular Khmer architecture building shared with the Angkor National Museum, home to some of the region’s most acclaimed historical artefacts.

Siem Reap accounted for almost 30% of the 4 million international visitors, as well as most of the international cultural tourists arriving into Cambodia in 2013. As tourism is anticipated to continue, accounting for an increasingly large proportion of Cambodia’s overall GDP, DFS aims to work in close partnership with local organizations and institutions to support the growth of a sustainable economy.

Baca Villa productions Co Ltd is proud to present our entire range Organic Moringa products inside of DFS T-Gallery at Angkor.

It will also house a restaurant, offering travelers a tranquil respite from their active itineraries. Product ranges on offer will include high fashion and accessories, watches and jewelry, and fragrances and cosmetics from leading international brands as well as a selection of the best available locally handcrafted products.

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4TH GLOBAL MORINGA MEET 20164th Global Moringa meet 2016

This International workshop to deliberate and focus on the growing and harvesting of Moringa.

This workshop from April 29 & 30, 2016, Jaipur, India will also provide a unique opportunity for open discussions & exchange of views about the issues pertaining to Moringa business.

An unique knowledge platform to share the latest information on advances in Moringa research & development, production systems, commercial track of Moringa and more.

Advanced Biofuel Center (ABC)’s 4th Global Moringa Meet focuses on the entire Moringa production from Ground zero to scale. Topics are carefully selected to cover the agronomy, horticulture, biology, engineering, marketing and financial aspects of Moringa commercialization. ABC is recognized as an important platform for productive exchanges among the academic, commercial and investment communities. Join us at this unique knowledge platform to share the latest information on advances in Moringa research & development, production systems, commercial track of Moringa and more. This shall address biofuels-related topic within four thematic areas: environment and human well-being, economics, technology, and geography.

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Making money through Moringa farming

Making money through Moringa farmingMaking money through Moringa farming

Over the years Moringa plant farming has continued to flourish, as many farmers seize opportunities it offers for them to earn a living. It is a plant said to have enormous benefits for mankind.

Farmers in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) are beginning to use any available space to cultivate Moringa as it is said to be in high demand in the city.
Apo is home and farm to some police officers who will not just fold their hands and feel comfortable with what they earn but do something to earn additional cash.
It is common sight to see tick green Moringa farms as one drives towards the Apo mechanic village.
One of the farmers, a police inspector (who prefers to remain anonymous), said she ventured into moringa farming in Apo because of the money she makes from it.
The farm is a means of earning additional income to her salary. Continue reading