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Palm Oil

Our Palm Oil is processed from organic palms, which reduces the risk of cancer. Palm oil is naturally reddish in color because of a high beta-carotene content. It is not to be confused with palm kernel oil derived from the  kernel  of the same fruit Palm oil is a common cooking ingredient in the tropical belt of  Africa, Southeast Asia and parts of Brazil. Its use in the commercial food industry in other parts of the world is widespread because of its lower cost and the high oxidative stability (saturation) of the refined product when used for frying.

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Black Pepper Seeds

Black Pepper is one of the most common spices used in different cuisines around the world. It is used in both the whole and the grounded form. It contains potassium, magnesium, iron, vitamin K and vitamin C. Apart from a strong flavor, there are certain benefits of black pepper which must be taken into account.

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Yam Flour

A type of flour produced by grinding dried yams into a powder. A yam is a hearty tuber that does not have the sweet taste of a sweet potato, but instead may have flavors that range from bland to earthy, slightly smoky in taste, or nutty and only moderately sweet. Look for yam flour in specialty shops and large, well-stocked food stores.

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Bitter Kola Nuts

Garcinia Kola(Bitter Kola)  is a potent antibiotic, which could be effective in the treatment of many ailments and infections.  Garcinia Kola(Bitter Kola)  has lots of health benefits, like the treatment of cough, sneezing, cold,   diarrhea,   tuberculosis, bacterial infection and fever.   It improves lungs function by expanding the alveolar ducts and sac in the lungs thereby improving and strengthening the fibres in the lung tissue.

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Soybean Seeds

According to a recent research analysis, U.S. adults would increase their intake of folate, vitamin K, calcium, magnesium, iron and fiber if they replaced their meat and dairy intake with soy. Since legumes like soybeans are often overshadowed by vegetables and fruits in terms of nutrient richness, we sometimes forget just how beneficial legumes like soybeans can be. Along with the nutrients listed above, soybeans are also an important source of the minerals copper, manganese, molybdenum, phosphorus, and potassium; the B vitamin, riboflavin; and omega-3 fatty acids (in the form of alpha-linolenic acid). Replacing meat and dairy with soy would also lower total cholesterol intake by about 125 milligrams per day and saturated fat by about 2.4 grams per day.

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Cocoa Pods

The health benefits of cocoa include  relief  from high blood pressure, cholesterol, obesity,   constipation,   diabetes, bronchial  asthma,   cancer,   chronic fatigue syndrome  and various neurodegenerative diseases. It is beneficial for quick wound  healing,   skin  care, and it helps to improve cardiovascular health and brain health. It also helps in treating  copper  deficiency. It possesses mood-enhancing properties and exerts protective effects against neurotoxicity. Along with its well established role in the manufacturing of  chocolate. Details : Cocoa and chocolate are diverse terminologies. Cocoa refers to the low-fat constituent of the finely ground cocoa beans. These ground beans, known as cocoa liquor or cocoa mass, also contains cocoa  butter  which is a non-dairy, naturally occurring fat present in cocoa beans. About 50-60% of cocoa liquor consists of  cocoa butter.

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Shelled Walnuts

Walnuts not only taste great but are a rich source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and an excellent source of those hard to find omega-3 fatty acids. Like most nuts, they can easily be added to your Healthiest Way of Eating. Just chop and add to your favorite salad, vegetable dish, fruit, or dessert.

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Fresh Ginger

The National Library of Medicine has stated that the ginger root is used all over the world to treat nausea, loss of appetite, and vomiting, especially after surgery. It is also effective in treating nausea caused due to cancer treatment, colic, stomach upset, flatulence, motion sickness, and morning sickness.   Details : Ginger root has a rather irregular shape comprising of bulbous little joints, from which small bumps grow. Fresh ginger root has a gray outer surface whereas the inner flesh ranges from ivory, creamy white to pale greenish-yellow in color, depending on the variety. The over-matured roots generally contain fibrils running through their center. Ginger has a peppery flavor, with a hint of lemon, and a sharp aroma. Its pungent, spicy, and aromatic smell can be attributed to the presence of essential oils and phenolic compounds such as gingerols and shogaols.

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Pinto Beans

Oyato bean is the bean commonly used fresh or canned in many dishes, especially  refried beans. It is popular in  chili con carne, although  kidney beans,   black beans, and many others may be used in other locales. Pinto beans are found in  Brazilian cuisine. Legumes, mainly the common bean, are a staple food everywhere in the country, cultivated since 3000 BCE, along with  starch-rich foods, such as rice, manioc,   pasta, and other wheat-based products,   polenta  and other corn-based products, potatoes and yams.

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Kola Nuts

Kola Nut is the seed of the Kola Nut plant. Kola Nut is used widely in Nigeria and many West African countries as part of traditional hospitality, cultural, and social ceremonies. It is also used to make medicine. Kola Nut is used for short-term relief of  fatigue,   depression,   chronic fatigue  syndrome (CFS), melancholy, lack of normal muscle tone (atony), exhaustion, dysentery, a type of  diarrhea  called atonic  diarrhea,   weight loss, and  migraineheadaches. In foods and beverages, Kola Nut is used as a flavoring ingredient.

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yam tubers

Yams are  monocots, related to lilies and grasses. Native to Africa and Asia, yam tubers vary in size from that of a small potato to over 60  kg (130  lb). Over 600 varieties of yams are known, and 95% of these crops are grown in Africa. Yam tubers can grow up to 1.5  m (4.9  ft) in length[2]  and weigh up to 70  kg (150  lb) and 7.6 to 15.2  cm (3.0 to 6.0  in) high. The vegetable has a rough skin which is difficult to peel, but softens after heating. The skins vary in color from dark brown to light pink. The majority of the vegetable is composed of a much softer substance known as the "meat". This substance ranges in color from white or yellow to purple or pink in mature yams.

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Periwinkle Sea Snails

The common periwinkle, Littorina littorea, is a small intertidal snail whose shell ranges from tiny to about three-quarters of an inch wide.  Pluck one off the rocks at the beach and the animal immediately retracts its body and closes itself within its shell. Periwinkles have a thin hard semi-circular “door” called an operculum attached to the side of their soft foot; they shut this upon themselves to guard against predation and desiccation at low tide. But if you hold the shell upside down, after a few seconds the operculum is pushed aside and the periwinkle’s “foot” and “head” with its two antennae will emerge and feel around for something to latch onto.

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Locust Beans

Locust bean is a soup condiment popularly known for its horrible smell and delicious taste. It is commonly referred to as ‘Iru’ by the Yorubas and ‘ogiri’ by Igbos. The botanical name for Locust bean is Parkia biglobosa. Details : Locust bean is the single most significant ingredient guaranteed to take soups, stews or mixed vegetables. The most valuable parts of the locust bean are high in lipid (29%), protein (35%), carbohydrate (16%), and is a good source of fat and calcium for rural dwellers. Locust bean product can be converted into powdery form and packaged into various sizes in plastics for easy distribution.

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cashew nuts

Cashews have a buttery, sweet, and salty taste, an unmistakable shape, and they are an  excellent source  of vitamins and minerals. They grow on cashew nut trees, which are native to subtropical climates. Although cashews are one of the lowest-fiber nuts, they are packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. These include vitamins E, K, and B6, along with minerals like copper, phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, iron, and selenium, all of which are important for maintaining good bodily function.

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