The Wonderbag was developed to ease the social, economic and environment impacts of the current global circumstances. The Wonderbag is a non-electric, heat-retention cooker that allows food that has been brought to a boil on a stove fire, to continue cooking for hours after it has been removed from the fuel source.
It’s taken years of passion, energy, and perseverance to get Sarah and the brand where it is today – 600,000 bags distributed in South Africa, first round of carbon credits registered and issued, production capabilities in Rwanda and Turkey, pilots poised to launch in Kenya, Nigeria and Somalia, and over 4,500 bags sold in the UK, with a buy-one-give-one model to support getting Wonderbags into humanitarian relief.
It’s pretty simple - we supply a product that will change behaviour in a way that will change the world. We’re not about Wonderbags being sold, we’re about Wonderbags being used.
Our brand is simple, honest, reliable, hard-working and authentic. We are about empowering people. Those on our team, the hundreds of people we’ve trained and employed - and for those who use a Wonderbag.
(Above text from Wonderbag website)
Articles in the mediaEdit
- August 2014: From 'Wonderbags' to solar cooking, brilliant solutions to Africa's alarming charcoal problem - Mali & Guardian Africa
- April 2014: The Slow Cooker That Requires No Electricity - The Atlantic
- November 2013: The Wonderbag is an electricity-free slow cooker that can slow deforestation, reduce violence and make a hearty stew! - treehugger
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