Afro-Caribbean sauce makeover from Odeiga House

28 February 2008 by
Afro-Caribbean sauce makeover from Odeiga House

Manchester producer Odeiga House (a sister company to the Palmgroove restaurant) has revamped its range of Naija-branded Afro-Caribbean sauces amid expectations that the sector will shoot up the ethnic cuisine league table.

The new look moves away from the dated, non-premium, cluttered and clunky livery, which it believes has held the sector back and which it has described as a "horrific throwback to the 1970s".

The traditional, easy-to-use, vegan-friendly sauces include the spicy, peanut-based Balangwu Suya Marinade and the feisty Spicy Odeida Marinade, which are both packed in 270g bottles.

The cooking sauces - in 175g bottles - include Potent Peanut and Alafia (which means wellbeing in Nigerian) Tomato.

They are packed in trays of six 1kg packs.

To buy it, call 0161-273 6665
Odeiga House

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