Palm nut Cream (Banga) - Praise brand

Palm nut Cream (Banga) - Praise brand

Banga soup (also called palm nut soup) is a soup made from the sauce squeezed from palm fruit (Elaeis guineensis). Yes. you can still eat banga whether you are in Sapele, Lagos, Perth, Sydney or Melbourne.

It is widely eaten all over West Africa to the Cameroon. In Nigeria, banga (palm nut)soup cuisine is more commonly enjoyed by the people of Delta State, especially the urhobos and itsekiris, who call it amiedi and obey-ekpo respectively.

The Yoruba call it obe eyin. In Cameroon, it is referred to as Mbanga soup. This delicious African food is incredibly highly rich in nutritional value.

Here in Australia, you can get this soup sauce as palm nut fruit juice sauce concentrate: pre-prepared and canned. It is imported mainly from Ghana, and Ivory Coast. Popular preparations include Praise, Trofai, Nkulenu, Jowenko and Ghana Fresh. Palm oil in banga soup is very rich in vitamin K, magnesium, and vitamins A and E. It is free of cholesterol.

It also contains powerful natural anti-oxidants that help in protection against cancer. It guarantees to give your skin a fresher look and lowers your cholesterol level, thus protecting against heart diseases.

Available in: 24 x 800gr

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