CRISP & FLAVORFUL
It's a crunchy, flavorful vibe
We make scrumptious creative snacks that celebrate the rich ﬂavors and ingredients of global black food culture.
With each crunch YOU help us champion a more equitable and sustainable food system by:
Supporting our smallholder farmers in Ghana
Promoting youth capacity building and skill development through our local production and training
Championing and celebrating global black food culture
we've got flavor for days
For our ﬁrst range, we took the scrumptious, crunchy, buttery snack Plantain Chips, popular in West Africa, the Caribbean and South/Central America, and paired it with some absolutely delicious, bold and inspired ﬂavors.
We Keep It Real
free from artiﬁcial ﬂavorings, colourings & preservatives
nutriet-rich with vitamins A, C, B6 & Potassium
Absolutely delicious. I currently live in Ghana and tried them, the spicy sweet chilli is my favourite, I enjoyed them all so much that I ordered my aunt some in the UK who equally enjoyed them. I'll be buying more for certain.
I found these quite by accident in a little shop in crystal palace, I thought ooohh chilli beef plantain chips, finally someone has gone beyond sweet and salted. I noticed the logo was a symbol my mum would be familiar with. I was blown away.. I bought a whole load for a my mum's service of songs as she was ashanti, I knew she would have loved that, I almost featured it on the order of service I was so proud. The product is outstanding, I love every flavour to be honest, they deliver on taste, the presentation is great and the little proverbs in each pack add a lovely touch. Sankofa means to go back and take which is a synonym for never give up. A must try...!
Very difficult to say which flavour is my favourite as they were all delicious. however if pushed, me & my bf would say the sweet cinnamon was really unique. we also enjoyed the taste & crunch of all of them. i would highly recommend these snacks
Wow, I have never tasted plantain chips this good and I'm not exaggerating . My mum brought some back from her trip to Ghana and I can't get enough... Keep up the good work
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