All our products have great nutritional benefit.
First, let’s talk about our Smoothie drink
We now know from several anecdotal evidences that many customers now regularly buy our Tansi™ Smoothies for the benefits they get from drinking Tansi™ Smoothies. Chronic sufferers of constipation find that regular intake of Tansi Smoothies, helps to relieve their symptom…
Have you checked out our Vegetarian cookbook and vegan recipes? Unbeknownst to a lot of people, African food since time immemorial contains delicious healthy properties that are suit a Vegetarian, and get this Vegan diet!
Africans, particularly Nigerians, apart from Northerners, seldom rely on a dairy diet.
Our products are made from natural herbs and has no sugar or sugar alternatives, no additives, no colouring and are suitable for Vegetarian & Vegan
An ancient traditional blend of spices from ancient Kano in Nigeria; very functional, contains Turmeric, whose function is enhanced by the blended Peppers; delicious, flavourful and versatile.
Odeiga Jerk Seasoning is becoming the first-choice seasoning for the popular Caribbean Jerk Chicken. The descriptive term ‘Jerk’ emanates from the jerking movement of meat as it is roasted,
Pepper Soup Mix
A careful blend of non-allergenic spices, with Picante, delicious and functional benefits; suitable for Vegetarians.
Our Healthy Sauces
Each of our sauces and marinades brings something a little different to the pot. We believe our range embraces every imaginable taste.
Spicy Odeiga Paste/Marinades
We are so happy with this Marinade that we gave it our name and it is ‘making waves. It is made of natural ingredients and has no colouring, no sugar or sugar alternatives and no GM ingredients.
A unique cooking sauce made of peanuts and spices, delicious and flavourful. Numerous nutritional studies have shown that peanuts present a good source of minerals (Phosphates…
Banga Stew (Abenkwai Stew)
Banga (in Nigeria), Abenkwai (in Ghana), is a traditional West African stewed dish made with Palm oil paste. It usually contains less of the Palm oil, which would have been skimmed off.