In Mozambique, beer made from cassava supports smallhold farms

In Mozambique, beer made from cassava supports smallhold farms

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According to Gerry van den Houten, Technical Director at SABMiller, cassava is the biggest but least commercialized crop in Africa. The beer manufacturer has identified this as an opportunity to support farmers and localize supply chains by producing a lager made from the root vegetable, called Impala.