Monday, 15 March 2010

Tropiway Plantain Fufu Flour is now sold in Tesco Stores [nationwide]

I live just outside north London -and usually have to travel into London [Tottenham, Edmonton etc] to buy African ingredients, –so image my surprise when I stumbled across Tropiway Plantain Fufu Flour [Cocoyam and Plantain] -£2.99 in my local Tesco! I don’t do Fufu but I know a lot of you do, -and will be pleased to know Tesco's now sell a large array of minority food stuff at most of their flagship stores. It also turns out that Tropiway Plantain Fufu Flour can also be used to coat: meats, fish and poultry -for frying; -as well as thickening gravy, soup or stew –so I bought their Cocoyam Fufu Flour and will be using it this coming weekend to fry some snappers [fish]...

"Tropiway® is the official registered trademark that belongs to Tropical Foods Co, Inc., the manufacturers of Tropiway Fufu Flour and other food items. In 1987, Edward Ofori, a food science researcher and a native of Ghana invented "FUFU FLOUR", and coined the word "TROPIWAY". He established a company as Tropical Foods in the State of South Carolina in the United States of America, to carry on further research, product development and manufacturing.

Tropiway® Fufu Flour products are so uniquely formulated and manufactured under strict U.S. government health code making them the consumer's favorite in all specialty food markets around the world.

Tropical Foods Co., Inc. has modern production facilities with state of the art, hi-tech equipment to cater for an ever increasing demand and also has the capability to undertake contract packaging of other powdered food products for human consumption for other companies. Our premises are inspected and approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (Reg# 3003742974) and South Carolina Department of Agriculture."

For more information about Tropiway please visit: 
For availability please call Tesco Customer Services on: 0904 2562193

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