Africa’s Finest Ground Ogbono is the seed of a common African fruit known as bush mango. Ogbono is usually used in soups and stews , is very flavoursome and has endless health benefits. It is very popular amongst celebrities for aiding in weightless. At Honesty Sales we take pride in providing the v..
Africa’s Finest brings you a blend of fine spices to help you create Suya, the tasty West African kebab. Suya, believed to have originated in Northern Nigeria, is traditionally grilled over fire. It is now popular in big cities and small towns all over Nigeria. Suya is usually made with beef but lam..
A seasoning native to West Africa, DawaDawa are seeds from a very common large & tall tree and it is related to the legume family. The flavoring seeds are rich in protein and add an unmistakable flavor to a meal. It stimulates the umami taste on the tongue. The seeds are contained in a relativel..
Suya will take you back to West Africa. With its soculent spicy taste its like no other on a khebab. Getting you familiar with the name, . In Nigeria, it is called suya, in Cameroon, it is called soya, in Ghana, it is called, “chinchinga”. In French, it is called, “les brochettes”. It is also known ..
Some of the health benefits of sorrel Leaves include its
ability to boost eyesight, strengthen the immune system, improve digestion,
build strong bones, increase circulation, increase energy levels, help prevent
cancer, reduce certain skin conditions, lower blood pressure, increase
Ground ginger is the dried, powdered form of Zingiber officinale, a root native to Southeast Asia, India and China. Cuisines around the world use ginger as an aromatic ingredient, and the spice also has a long history as a treatment for nausea, motion sickness, gas, bloating and other digestive comp..
Selim Pepper comes from Ghana and is a substitute pepper used within North Africa. It is sometimes called Moor Pepper or Grains of Selim and is often confused with Grains of Paradise. Selim Pepper has a smoky, musky and resiny taste with a hint of pepper, but no real piperine heat or war..