Gari

Gari is a fine to coarse granular flour of varying texture made from cassava tubers (also called cassava roots) which are cleaned after harvesting, grated, water and starch squeezed out of it, left to ferment and then fried either in palm oil or without palm oil and serves as a major staple food in West Africa. It is also called garri or gali in some parts of sub-Saharan Africa.

Visit our recipe panel for more exciting food preparations with Gari. Also, watch out for our new ethnic range packaging.

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  • Palm Oil

    Palm Oil

    Palm oil has been the flagship product of the company since 1995. It has been the bane of our SUCCESS!
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  •  Vegetable Oil

    Vegetable Oil

    Homefoods' Vegetable Oil is a high quality cooking palm oil containing rich natural source of beta carotene (pro-vitamin A). It
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  •  “Tropisoup” Palm Cream Soup

    “Tropisoup” Palm Cream Soup

    Tropisoup, our brand for Palm Cream Soup is one of the best on the market. Production is done on the
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  • Millet Porridge Mix

    Millet Porridge Mix

    Millet Porridge Mix Millet falls under ancient grains category with gluten free benefits and can be used in a variety
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  • Honey

    Honey

    Homefoods 1000/0 Honey "All natural, all good" Our "All Natural Honey" is produced from different regions of Ghana. Here, the
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  • Neri Neri

    Neri Neri

    METHOD OF PREPARATION • Blend 1 onion with ginger and green chillies. • Add blended ingredients, salt and Homefoods Chicken/ All Purpose
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  • Rice

    Popular Cusines from west africa, Just pop our microwaveable Ready to Eat (RTE's) meals into the oven for three minutes
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News

A visit from our Netherlands Customers

A visit from our Netherlands Customers (Asia Express) to our Accra Office on 15th November 2019.

Ghana: Growing from a small palm oil exporter into a sizeable food business

Felicia Twumasi established Homefoods in 1995. The idea for a business had been brewing since she was at convent school. Initially, the company focused exclusively on the export of red palm oil, securing substantial market share through a partner in the UK under the Blue Bay label, but today it also produces a range spices and seasonings, sauces and local Ghanaian favourites such as gari. Jeanette Clark spoke to Felicia about putting a supply chain in place, export vs local markets and the grind to grow the company’s customer base.

VISIT FROM OUR EUROPEAN CUSTOMERS

Homefoods was priveledged to host our European customers (Fresh Tropical) at our Accra Office-Odorkor.