(Where) can I purchase the Enat Mitad?

Unfortunately the Enat Mitad is not available yet. We currently have a limited number of prototypes, which are used for end user testing and certification procedures. 

Our next step is to set up production at scale to lower the cost price considerably. If you want to be the first to know when we start selling; follow us on LinkedIn or signup for the newsletter.

What makes the Enat Mitad unique?

Enat Mitad can save up to 70% on electricity consumption compared to stoves with clay plates and it is strong, durable and scratch resistant. Most important; the Enat Mitad bakes traditional quality injera with the ease, speed and safety that mothers deserve and expect.

What is changed in the Enat Mitad compared to other mitads?

The baking of injera has been done on thick clay plates named mitads for thousands of years. Traditionally on large wood fires. With wood and biomass becoming more and more scarce in Ethiopia, an alternative is needed.

Electric mitads are now available, but these still use clay plates and require a lot of energy for baking.

The Enat Mitad uses an innovative technology with a new plate, heating element, insulation, body and temperature controls. This complete product improvement makes it possible to save up to 70% of energy for baking injera. 

How can I be part of this?

Soon we’ll be expanding our team and will need people with various expertise and experience. 

We invite everyone who wants to contribute to sign up for our newsletter and to follow us on LinkedIn. Here we’ll post updates, job openings, and might ask for your help.

If you have any specific questions or comments you can contact us through the contact form on this website.