Savanna’s production of solar-powered chillers ensures good preservation of milk. With the numerous nutritional value. It acts as a full meal for children. It provides essential nutrients for growth and development, including calcium for bone formation, protein for muscle development, and vitamins for overall health.

Uncontaminated milk is safe to consume and minimizes the risk of foodborne illnesses. Contaminants in milk can arise from various sources, including poor handling, improper storage, unsanitary milking practices, or the presence of disease-causing microorganisms.

Economically, dairy farming has been a significant source of income for many Kenyan families. The industry provides employment opportunities for a large number of people, ranging from small-scale farmers who own a few cows to large-scale commercial farms that employ several hundred workers.

Furthermore, dairy farming has contributed significantly to the growth of agri-processing and cottage industries.