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5 Life Changing Facts about Coconuts.

On today’s Friday Five, we’ll be sharing five interesting facts about coconuts, the fabulous fruit with multiple benefits. 1.Coconut Home You may have read about the pineapple hotel, but what about the Coconut Palace? Former President of the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos, used coconuts to build the Coconut Palace in Manila. Hoping […]

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5 Ways to Use Limes

It’s official. You’re obsessed with limes. Otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this right? Limes aren’t only useful for Blue Skies’ juices and Brazilian cocktails. They can be used as skincare, medicine and even as a cleaning product! Here are five ways you can use limes. Skin Rejuvenator Splash some lime […]

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Editorial: Stronger Together

Since the UK voted last month to leave the European Union there have been mixed reactions from among our sites over what this means for the UK and for Blue Skies. While Brexit undoubtedly impacts Blue Skies due to the sudden collapse of the pound, far less understood is the […]

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10 tips for safe and healthy exercise

Check out these tips for staying safe while exercising from our Blue Skies Ghana Fitness Instructor Sampson Kwawukumey… 1. Start off slowly—simple stretching exercises or a short walk around your house will do at first. Set small goals that are reasonable and achievable. Don’t try to do too much too soon. […]

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Cedi could hit Ghana’s exports

Blue Skies Founder and Chairman Anthony Pile gives his view on the development of Ghana’s export economy. Ghana needs investors and there are plenty of opportunities for foreign direct investment (FDI) in a country where there is an abundance of raw materials and a superb workforce in readiness. Like Blue […]

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Blue Skies Founder, Anthony Pile

The Ethical Audit

Anthony Pile explores the ethics of the ethical audit This short paper has been inspired by a realisation that much of the material which makes up the basis upon which food retailer ethical audits are conducted on overseas food suppliers to Britain, has come from experts in ethical conduct who […]

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Recognising World Tuberculosis Day

24th of March is World Tuberculosis Day. Tuberculosis (TB) is caused by a bacterium (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) that is spread through the air when infected people cough or sneeze. The disease most often affects the lungs but it can infect any part of the body, including the bones and the nervous […]


Everyone is talking about ‘Sustainability’ these days. Once they were talking about ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’ and then ‘Corporate Responsibility’ became the talk of the town, presumably because the ‘Social’ part didn’t like all the attention and ran away. Now ‘Sustainability’ has rolled up in a flash new jumper and stolen […]

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