Will Cassava Replace Wheat in DRC?
When the war in Ukraine disrupted wheat exports, University of Kisangani students set out to manufacture pasta with homegrown cassava.
Every morning, Madeleine Kombozi, 38, sets up a stall in front of the Institut Chololo, a technical school in the Makiso commune in the center of Kisangani in the Democratic Republic of Congo. She turns on the hob and begins cooking pasta, known locally as spaghetti, for students and passersby.
Read the full Quartz article: As wheat prices rise, a food staple in the DRC gets reimagined.