Businesses, Fresh Produce, Made in Ghana

Italian Pasta Enterprise

If you haven't heard about Irene yet, you must be hiding under a rock. Irene IS Italian Pasta Enterprise, a mumpreneur who has been in business since 2005. I had the privilege of visiting Irene at her home in PramPram which is the site of her production as well. A modest woman, Irene Adoko, began… Continue reading Italian Pasta Enterprise

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Businesses, Fresh Produce, Made in Ghana

Eggcellent Eggs

I chanced upon Eggcellent Eggs while I was browsing through my Instagram account one day. It was one of those 'suggestions for you' that popped up when I was swiping away. I'm always on the lookout for new businesses (food related ones always peak my interest of course) and I was excited to read that… Continue reading Eggcellent Eggs

Businesses, Made in Ghana

Minga Foods

My first experience with moringa was not a pleasant one. I chanced upon the moringa pods (also known as drumsticks) at an Indian grocery store in Sydney. Intrigued by it, I enquired further and was told they often cook it in curries. So off I went, pleased with my purchase and thinking maybe it would… Continue reading Minga Foods

Businesses, Made in Ghana

Ghana Spice

Who knew the word, 'mumpreneur' was an official word? According to Collins Dictionary online, a mumpreneur is "a woman who combines running a business enterprise with looking after her children". It's the first word that pops into my head when I think about MaryAnn Boaten, founder and CEO of Ghana Spice. MaryAnn and I are members of… Continue reading Ghana Spice

Businesses, Made in Ghana

Bean-to-bar chocolates blind tasting

Around a year and a half ago, a friend brought a chocolate brand to my attention by tagging me on their Instagram page. I must say that tag got me super excited! Any sort of food news is breaking news for me. A made in Ghana chocolate brand that looked amazing and was very different… Continue reading Bean-to-bar chocolates blind tasting

Made in Ghana

Sankofa plantain chips

My long-awaited first post! Super excited (and slightly nervous) about this as it's taken me a little while to get this going since I'm still juggling being a cook, driver, butt wiper and everything else that involves being a stay-at-home-mum. I'm a huge supporter of local businesses and proud to buy 'Made in Ghana' goods so I… Continue reading Sankofa plantain chips