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The solar powered cheese that could help power Africa and stop child labour

Solar power company YOLK has created a collection of products disguised as cheese in a bid to stop child labour by raising funds for children in east Africa. Featuring a Swiss note bluetooth speaker, Ricotta torch and Cacio kindler, the Sunmade Cheese accessories all use energy collected and stored in a cheese plate panel that featured a brie cheese USB port and connector for the milk bottle power bank. The cheese plate collects energy from the sun

 

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