Jamaican doctor, Delroy Brown, is a good father who wouldn’t want to see his kids go to school without having the most important meal of the day. This is why he most times served his own original concoctions made from some of nature’s purest ingredients. They were void of artificial additives and preservatives obtainable in regular breakfast cereals.
According to him, he was taught by his mother to make his own food so he knew he had what it took to beat what was on the market.
A couple of years ago, the Jamaican doctor resident in Brooklyn, started researching into different healthy options focusing on 32 ingredients you would classify as vegan-pleasing. Some of them include moringa, cassava, spelt, lima beans, chia, etc. The result was Dr. Brown’s Green Hill Super Meal, an energy-boosting flour substitute.
He then tweaked his sunrise menu selections to create a new feel in his pancakes, bread, and waffles. His children loved them and so did his church members, then the rest of the community. Now the Jamaican doctor wants the rest of the world to taste his food.
He has begun marketing his Super Meal to the rest of the world. The meal can be mixed with milk in places where water is a bit scarce. He has already spread the word fast, speaking to the dignitaries at the last October session of General Assembly of the UN and representatives of the World Food Programme (WFP). He still has plans to speak to UNICEF.
Dr. Brown believes his formula could be the solution to world hunger, especially in areas plagued by natural disasters and conflict. He is currently contributing 1 pound of Super Meal for every 10 pounds sold as part of his efforts to eradicate hunger.