Sun Ovens Celebrates New Website by Helping Haiti

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Sun Ovens International has launched a newly revised website designed to allow visitors to educate themselves on how to harness the sun to cook and enhance the taste of foods. This information rich web site contains cooking tips, hundreds of recipes, and more than 50 videos.

The company helps Americans to save energy and prepare for emergencies and uses part of its cash flow to work in deforested developing countries. In celebration of the new web site, Sun Oven users are being challenged to “Like” the company on Facebook and to ask their FB friends to click the “Like” button. For every 250 “Likes” a family in Haiti will be provided with a Sun Oven.    

Sun Ovens can bake, boil, and steam foods at temperatures of up to 400 degrees and are currently in use in 130 countries around the world. Despite the economy US sales of Sun Ovens in the US are up by 81% in 2011 and the company has doubled its manufacturing capabilities to meet the ever-increasing demand.

The goal of the Facebook Challenge is to allow money normally spent on advertising to be used to help Haiti. Sun Ovens International has been working in Haiti for 14 years offering an alternative to cooking with wood and charcoal to this severely deforested country. Additional information about their work in Haiti can be found at:


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