Miss Nang

Discovering Miss Nang SafPrika – A Nut Snack Sensation

We love Miss Nang treats and snacks and it has been great to see how the brand has evolved over the years. In this video, founder Hortense talks about one of her most unique snacks, the Miss Nang SafPrika, a savoury snack made with Cashew nuts, saffron and Paprika. Hortense takes us on a foodie journey from the Middle East to South Asia via North Africa and Europe with Spain.

Some fun facts about the ingredients used:

  • Cashew nuts are high in fibre and have plant protein; they are also low in sugar. They are good for your immunity, energy and the health of your brain and blog as they are a source of manganese, copper and magnesium.
  • Saffron is a very good antioxidant and is known to be an aphrodisiac.
  • Paprika not only tastes great but also contains vitamin A and vitamin E. It is low in cholesterol and sodium too.

Is this the most intercontinental snack of the Miss Nang range? Watch and find out:

The SafPrika snacks are currently part of the savoury taster pack which also includes the Red-O-Pumpkin and the Nang Gellastachio. To order your own snacks visit the Miss Nang website: https://missnang.com/

Miss Nang offers a new concept of luxury nuts and seeds based snacks. Every snack in the range is suitable for all including dairy & meat lovers, those with wheat intolerances and on gluten-free diets as well vegans and people following a paleo diet.

Item 13: A Podcast Dedicated to Food From All over Africa

Item 13: A Podcast Dedicated to Food From All over Africa

The African continent is vast, so vast in fact that one cannot understand how the world tries to label Africa as a country. From the East to the West, North to the South: African nations and their cuisines vary and are so unique and distinct that they deserve so much more profile and celebration than the world is ready to give. Thankfully the team at Item 13 podcast has created a food podcast which paves the way for a celebrating of African food using the medium of podcasting. Each episode features key influencers, chefs, food entrepreneurs and food lovers.  It is such an exciting time for the landscape of African food and it is great to see a platform like Item 13 shining a spotlight on all things African food.

Tune into Ronke Lawal‘s interview on the Item 13 podcast and get tips on how PR can be used by food businesses: 

Make sure you subscribe to their podcast and binge listen to them all!