Top 12 In-demand Nigerian food products at Wangarau Foods (Lagos)

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The topic for today is an insightful post on the company’s most in-demand product in the market. With so many unique and indigenous products on their product list, Wangarau foods have been able to stand out to position itself in the market selling to both local and international consumers. 

Here are the top 12 most sought-after products from the company’s variety of food categories sold most regularly: 

1. Goat Meat (Roasted)

Aside from being the most eaten meat in the world, it is coming first on this list because Nigerians love Goat Meat. Goat meat isn’t just popular, it is also packed with high nutritional value and great health benefits therefore ideal for health-conscious individuals. Goat meat is a red meat that has less fat and cholesterol than beef, pork or chicken.

2. Turkey

Ever heard of the term “Thanksgiving Turkey”? Nigerians always include this meat for any occasion. However, turkey is rich in protein and an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals, especially B vitamins. It’s no doubt that those in the Turkey farming business in Nigeria make a ton of money. The reason for that is why turkey is coming up on the list.

3. Eja Kika (Smoked Fish)

Also known as Eja Kika or Panla, Smoked Round Fish, is one of the most famous fish in Nigeria and other West African countries. It can be used to cook varieties of soups and stews adding a distinct and special smoked flavour and taste to all your cooking.

4. Beef

Also known as “Eron Malo” is categorized as red meat which contains higher amounts of iron than chicken or fish.

Beef is primarily composed of protein and varying amounts of fat. For obvious reasons, our customers demand this product a lot because it is well processed and neatly packed, and is pocket friendly.

5. Kilishi

From Northern Nigeria, this beef jerky is one of those Nigerian snacks that you can eat for a long time without wanting to stop. It is a dried form of suya made from deboned cow, sheep or goat meat. One reason it is a highly purchased snack is that it can be kept for a long time without much change to its taste.

6. Donkwa

Often regarded as the street snack, this savoury Nigerian snack is made with cornmeal and groundnuts(peanuts). It’s one of those snacks that does not require cooking.

This is nostalgic as its smooth and delicious flavour brings back childhood memories

7. Cocoyam Chips

Cocoyam Chips are one of the most well-liked and consumed current trending snacks in Nigeria, enjoyed by millions daily. It has earned a spot on this list because our customers keep coming for more.

8. Coconut Candy

The Nigerian coconut candy is another popular street snack enjoyed by both old and young alike and is eaten by itself, or can be served as a topping for ice cream, yoghurt, and even with garri.

9. Honey Beans

These Nigerian beans are also known as Ewa Oloyin in Yoruba is a variety of the many peas with a uniquely sweet flavour when cooked. These light brown, kidney-shaped cowpeas are enjoyed throughout West Africa.

10. Shawa

Smoked or dried Bonga fish is a nutrient-packed food that has to be cleaned and deboned. Shawa can be used to cook efo riro, okro soup, stew, beans and so many native dishes.

11. Elubo (Yam Flour)

This powdered starch is made from dried yam cut into small pieces and then ground into a smooth brown flour. The Elubo flour is used in preparing amala and can be eaten with various types of soup such as vegetable or egusi soup.

12. Rice (Long or Short Grain)

We sell both the short and long grain in the best quality you can get. This undoubtedly is one of the most eaten food in Nigeria and can be found in our online shop.

Please visit our shop for more information about any of our products.