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Mary Wairimu: Nakuru Entrepreneur Making A Fortune From Njahi Coffee

Mary Wairimu is the founder of Jahay Coffee which is made from black beans locally known as Njahi.

The beans are high in protein, folate, iron, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Magnesium and phosphorous.

The coffee also comes with among other benefits, blood regulation and increasing milk production in lactating mothers.

Here is Wairimu’s story as told by WoK.

The entrepreneur who hails from Nakuru County made the product to offer coffee alternatives to local consumers.

With the non-caffeinated coffee, Wairimu was also seeking to boost the local processing and manufacturing industry.

Alongside the black beans, she also uses some herbs from India to make a complete product and offer a new experience to her customers.

“Jahay, which is served like any other hot beverage made from hot water and milk with sugar to one’s taste; will boost your mood and energize you in a hearty friendly way

“You are able to do heavy tasks and brainwork with endurance,” Wairimu said

The coffee can help manage arthritis.

It also helps regulate blood sugar, cleanse the gut, lower the risks of chronic illnesses, strengthens the bones and increases milk production in lactating mothers.

“The coffee is the only beverage that is addressing addictions by lowering the cravings and calming down withdrawal symptoms from any addiction,” Wairimu said.

The product is widely consumed in Kenya and other countries across the larger East Africa including Tanzania.

Njahi are high in protein, folate, iron, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Magnesium and phosphorous.

“Your caffein-free-product of the nutrient-rich Kenyan black bean (Njahi) loaded with proteins, iron, calcium, magnesium, folate complex carbohydrate, and fiber,” Mary Wairimu explained.