Fresh green, unripe plantain fruits are the raw material. They are mostly available in the southern parts of Nigeria and many West African countries. Controlled steaming is carried out on the fresh fruits from farms/markets to control and arrest microbial load. The pulps obtained after peeling are stored in storage tank of clean water to prevent enzymic growth. The pulps are then sliced and dried in cabinet tray dryer, milled, sifted and packaged.
Rich in iron, protein and vitamin A, widely used in production of bread, cakes and biscuits. It’s also a good substitute for carbohydrate especially for diabetic patients.
- • Naturally nutritious meal
• A perfect substitute for carbonhydrate in the case of diabetics
• Rich in Iron, Protein & Vitamin A
• Widely used in the production of bread, cakes & biscuits
• Rich in fiber hence aids in colon cleansing
• Very Rich in Carbonhydrate – a great energy booster
• Can be enjoyed with any choice of soup