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Super grain From Guinea
A PASSION FOR QUALITY
La Petite Damba is a family-owned Guinean food processing and packaging company based in Conakry, Guinea established in 2016. We strive to be the leader in supplying local Guinean products to customers all over the world while promoting and supporting a great partnership that will help support local farmers and their families.
The little Damba begins when the brothers note that the rapidly growing supermarkets in Conakry had almost no local products. In addition, the local ideology is that imported products are of better quality and internationally, Guinean products are unknown. In order to meet these challenges, the Youla brothers, in consultation with the mother and the elders, decided to launch La Petite Damba.
By launching the La Petite Damba brand, the objective is to promote Guinean products locally and internationally, empower farmers and energize the entire food industry.
Origine: Dalaba, Guinée
Fonio is one of the oldest cereals of Africa. Predominantly grown in the Fouta Djallon plateau in Guinea, it is referred to as “the seed of the universe” because it is packed with nutrients and can adapt to a variety of different soils and climates.
Fonio is gluten-free with a very low glycemic index. It is rich in essential minerals such as potassium and phosphorous crucial to heart function and play an important role in skeletal and smooth muscle contraction. Fonio is also the source of 16 important amino acids, which makes it a perfect substitute for rice and quinoa.
- Ultimate Quality
- A Product of Guinea
Origine: Macenta, Guinée
Palm oil is an edible vegetable oil derived from the red pulp of the palm fruit. Palm oil is an important source of calories and a common cooking ingredient in Guinea and West Africa.
- 100% Natural
- No added colorants
- Ultimate quality
Origine: Mamou, Guinée
The ground Guinea pepper, also called Gbènbè (Chili in the "Soussou" dialect) belongs to the Solanaceae family and is cultivated for its particularly pungent fruits. On the Scoville scale, it is noted between 30,000 and 50,000. The pepper from La Petite Damba is dried and then grounded. It has a very special aroma and flavor which makes it popular.
Origine: Kindia, Guinée
Coming soon: May 2020