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Plantain Chips from Olu Olu Foods

“Spicy, Crispy, Crunchy, Salty, Sweet or Savoury… Olu Olu Plantain chips are just what you want in a snack”

With the introduction of our plantain chips, Olu Olu made its foray into the gourmet snack food market, determined to take the little known delicacy mainstream. Relegated to the “international foods” aisle in supermarkets, many are still unaware of this flavoursome-nourishing snack.

We have taken the nutritious plantain vegetable and created the lightest, crispiest, most alluring snack to hit shop shelves in a long time. The sheer freshness and authentic flavours of Olu Olu Plantain Chips has made it arguably one of the most sought after in Europe, America and Africa. Olu Olu Plantain Chips contains high quality natural ingredients that give a fuller, balanced and more exotic taste sensation, coupled with an endearing flavour profile and subtle crunch.

Olu Olu provides a variety of flavours ranging from Sweet Yellow Plantain, Sweet Chilli, Green Plantain and Green Chilli. The sweet yellow plantain chips have a uniquely sweet and salty flavour profile while maintaining a savoury crunch, whilst the green plantain has a natural earthy taste profile with a marginally nutty, sweet and salty flavour.

People’s appreciation for more sophisticated snacking has been enhanced and Olu Olu accommodated this shift in consumer interest. When preparing for dinner parties and social gatherings, hosts are becoming keen on pairing Olu Olu Plantain Chips with Olu Olu Palm Wine, and in a bid to hone in on this trend, the creative hosts are considering our different varieties of plantain chips and referencing different recipes from Olu Olu’s Fusion Cookbook to create delectable appetizers as entrées for their gatherings.

In terms of production, Olu Olu prides itself on creating crisps with the perfect taste and crunch, and with the use of specialist artisan equipment that cooks plantains precisely; the texture, quality and taste is always the same and you don’t get the unpleasant greasiness of most plantain chips.

However, many locals say the key to our plantain chips popularity is owed to the soil that the plantains are grown in. The unique thing is that the soil in where the plantain trees are sown was formerly a rainforest. This forest became flooded hundreds of years ago and became a bog. The land was drained in the 17th century and this left the nutritious soil that we now grow our plantain trees on.

At Olu Olu, we are proud of our Plantain Chips, not only for its complete lack of preservatives, added sugars, additives, gluten or artificial ingredients, but equally, for the fact that a chips are produced with upmost respect for the fair-trade growers, their communities and the environment. As always, the Olu Olu Label is your guaranteed assurance of premium quality and great taste.

These are a few of the many ways we ensure we consistently produce quality gourmet plantain chips with the “Perfect Crunch”.

“Consistency is very important to us, and because no batch of plantain is ever the same, it is vital to sometimes vary the uncooked slices of the chips to make for any anomalies. Other precautionary measures must be considered when preparing Olu Olu Plantain chips such as a controlled environment; for example if you take a very cold slice of plantain and put it straight into a scorching hot fryer, it will go very dark in colour, so the plantains must be sorted at a certain temperature”

“The key to the perfect crunch? It’s about picking the right plantains and using the right ingredients in the right way.”

• 100% Natural – Nothing Artificial
• Vegan & Vegetarian Approved
• No Trans Fats, Cholesterol, Lactose or Gluten
• Free of Artificial Colour, Flavourings & Preservatives
• No Added Sugars – Naturally Sweet

Did you know? Olu Olu’s Green plantain chips are great with salsa!

Olu Olu Gourmet Plantain Chips, many are still unaware of this flavoursome healthy snack. We have taken this nutritious vegetable and created the lightest, crispiest, most alluring snack to come along in a long time. The sheer freshness and authentic flavours of Olu Olu Gourmet Plantain Chips has made it arguably one of the most sought after in Europe and Africa. Cooked only in the purest vegetable oils, Olu Olu Plantain Chips contain high quality natural ingredients that give a fuller, balanced and more exotic taste sensation, coupled with an endearing flavour profile and subtle crunch.

Olu Olu provides a variety of flavours ranging from Sweet Yellow Plantain, Sweet Chilli, Green Plantain and Green Chilli. The sweet yellow plantain chips have a uniquely sweet and salty flavour profile while maintaining a savoury crunch, whilst the green plantain has a natural earthy taste profile with a marginally nutty, sweet and salty flavour… You’ve Got To Try Them!


Sweet Yellow Plantain chips and Salsa Dip

1 red onion & habanero pepper (chopped)
3 Roma tomatoes (diced)
1 bunch of cilantro & fresh basil (chopped)
5 tablespoons fresh lime juice
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
½ tspn salt & ¼ tspn black pepper
1 mango & avocado (diced into cubes)

Salsa Preparation
1. Combine the all the ingredients in a mixing bowl.
2. Season with salt and pepper.
3. Add the lime juice and olive oil. Mix together and serve

Jerk Beef on Green Plantain Chips
• 1 (4-inch-long) piece beef tenderloin
• 2 teaspoons jerk seasoning paste
• 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
• 3 tablespoons cocktail onions, rinsed
• 1/3 cup packed cilantro leaves

1. Cut beef into small chunky pieces. Season with pinch of salt and rub jerk paste all over beef.
2. Heat oil in a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat until it shimmers. Add beef and sear, turning, 4 to 5 minutes total. Let rest on a cutting board 5 minutes. Cut into thin slices.
3. Finely chop onions and cilantro together. Top Olu Olu Gourmet Green Plantain Chips with beef, then with onion salsa.

Kahuna Hawaiian Salad

2 cups frisee, finely chopped
2 cups baby lettuce mix or baby spinach
1 cup chopped pineapple, avacado & papaya
3/4 cup roasted/salted macadamia nuts
1 pack Olu Olu Gourmet Chilli Plantain Chips
fresh black pepper

Pineapple Tahini Dressing
1½ Tbsp tahini sauce
2 tsp maple syrup
1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
2 Tbsp pineapple juice

1. Whisk together the dressing. Set aside.
2. Prep your fruit by chopping up your papaya and pineapple. Store the leftovers.
3. Finely chop your frisee. Place in bowl. Add baby lettuce.
4. Toss lettuce gently with 2 Tbsp of dressing.
5. Portion salad into two bowls. Add pineapple and papaya on top of lettuce. Add macadamia nuts. Place plantain chips around edges of bowls. Drizzle additional dressing on top and add fresh black pepper to taste.

Ceviche w/ Plantain Chips & Spiced Popcorn

• 1 packet Olu Olu Gourmet Green Plantain Chips
• 1 packet spiced popcorn
• 1 pound fresh grouper or pink snapper, cut into small dices
• 12 large cooked shrimp (shelled, deveined and halved)
• ½ cup fresh lime juice & fresh orange juice
• ¼ cup finely chopped fresh cilantro, plus leaves for garnish
• 2 serrano chiles & red onions, finely diced
• 1 tomato & ripe mango , peeled and finely diced
• salt and freshly ground black pepper
• 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for serving
• Lime zest, for garnish

1. Place the grouper and shrimp in a large bowl. Toss with the lime and orange juice and let stand for 30 minutes. Strain the grouper and shrimp and place in a separate bowl.
2. Add the tomatoes, cilantro, onions, chiles, mango, salt and pepper and toss gently to combine. Drizzle with the olive oil and toss.
3. Place the ceviche on a serving platter or on individual plates. Drizzle with a bit more olive oil. Garnish with lime zest and serve with plantain chips and spiced popcorn.

Banana Avocado Dip with Plantain Chips
• 4 to 6 cups canola oil
• 2 green plantains, peeled, very thinly sliced
• Coarse salt
• 1 very ripe banana
• 1 small ripe avocado, peeled and pitted
• 2 teaspoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
1. Place oil in a 3-quart saucepan over medium-high heat. Attach a deep-fry thermometer to side of pan, and heat oil to 380 degrees. Carefully drop plantain slices into oil one at a time. Cook in batches until golden brown. Transfer to paper towels with a slotted spoon; let drain while finishing batches. (Adjust heat to keep temperature constant, if necessary, during cooking.) Sprinkle with salt; set aside.
2. Make dip: Place banana, avocado, and lemon juice in bowl; mash with fork. Season with salt; serve with plantain chips.

Plantain Chips with Warm Cilantro Dipping Sauce
• 3 large unripe (green) plantains
• 1 cup canola oil
• 1 cup extra-virgin olive oil
• Warm Cilantro Dipping Sauce

• Trim off ends of plantains and cut 4 vertical slits in skin of each (do not cut into fruit). Microwave for 1 minute at 50 percent power, then pull off peel. Cut diagonally into thin (scant 1/8-inch) slices.
• Pour both oils into 3- to 4-inch-deep medium saucepan. Attach deep-fry thermometer to side of pan and heat oil to 350°F over medium heat. Working in batches, carefully add several plantain slices to hot oil. Cook until golden brown, turning occasionally, about 4 minutes. Using slotted spoon, transfer chips to paper towels to drain. Sprinkle with salt and pepper; cool slightly. Serve with Warm Cilantro Dipping Sauce.

• 1 cup chopped frseh cilantro leaves
• 4 garlic cloves, minced
• 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
• 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
• 3/4 cup olive oil
• 1/2 teaspoon hot pepper sauce

• Blend first 4 ingredients in food processor until cilantro is finely chopped, about 15 seconds. Transfer mixture to medium heatproof bowl.
• Heat oil in medium skillet over medium heat until hot; slowly whisk into cilantro mixture. Mix in hot sauce. Season sauce to taste with salt and pepper; transfer to small bowl. Serve with plantain chips. DO AHEAD Dip can be made 2 hours ahead. Let stand at room temperature.

Sweet Yellow Plantain chips and Salsa Dip

1 red onion & habanero pepper (chopped)
3 Roma tomatoes (diced)
1 bunch of cilantro & fresh basil (chopped)
5 tablespoons fresh limejuice
1-tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
½ tsp. salt & ¼ tsp. black pepper
1 mango & avocado (diced into cubes)

Salsa Preparation
4. Combine the all the ingredients in a mixing bowl.
5. Season with salt and pepper.
6. Add the limejuice and olive oil. Mix together and serve as a dip for your chips.

Gluten Free, Beneficial African Products Courtesy OluOlu Foods

Health is Wealth! We, at OluOlu, have reiterated the need for supplying nutritious and wholesome food products to our clients for ages. Indeed, the market for exotic food has grown tremendously in the last few years while OluOlu has maintained its hold over its customers who refuse to shop for their favorite items elsewhere.

The OluOlu brand equals health & satisfaction without compromising on taste either. The e-commerce resources that offer African food online cannot do without including the wide range of the food items sourced from the heart of Nigeria today. True, the heart is delighted to find a huge big steak on the plate but the ill effects of red meat are known to everyone making them look for specific vegetarian food UK at present.

There is no reason to be alarmed at the thought of eating plain food though. OluOlu is committed to making you enjoy a sumptuous meal courtesy its astonishing range of Nigerian items that also happen to be the most exciting gluten free foods ever. Sure, a bowl full of rice, carrots, and tomatoes can be healthy but our customers just cannot do without their daily dish containing the delicious yam African food either. This particular veggie is no novelty though. In fact, it has been around for ages and was often utilized as an alternative form of medication.

Researchers have found the root vegetable to be advantageous in providing relief from the excruciating pain of arthritis while minimizing the muscles cramps. The pounded yam from OluOlu can be made into the fufu, the Nigerian staple almost instantly requiring no laborious cooking process or wastage of time. Creating a satisfying bowl of the spicy, lip-smacking Nigerian soup can also be done in a jiffy thanks to a pack of OluOlu’s Pepper soup mix that contains only healthy, authentic ingredients.

However, it is the yummy plantain and coconut chips that have turned out to be the quickest selling times at grocery stores specializing in authentic gourmet, ethnic items. The crunchy snack comes in both sweet and savory forms making it a viable alternative to the potato chips that are often held responsible for obesity.

Sure, the top chefs recommend extracting fresh coconut milk for making the best Nigerian rice milk, Egusi soup, and the ubiquitous fufu. It is hard for them to differentiate the packaged product from OluOlu from the original hand extracted milk unless they know the truth. OluOlu believes in conserving the natural resources which is why we source our only sustainable produce.

Our clients are elated to find no artificial flavoring or colors in our products and turn to OluOlu time and again for finding genuine food items that transport them instantly to Africa. No amount of reading will make you realize how truly great the OluOlu products happen to be. Go ahead and buy them online to check out the fact!

Olu Olu Foods Offers The Best Of Nigerian Beans

Nigerian beans are quite popular in the UK. Sure, the English heart yearns for them too now that you have experienced how amazing the humble lentil can be. No worries about having to wait until a friend gets a bag of the amazing brown beans back to you. Olu Olu has now made it possible for you to remain anywhere in the world and have your fill of honey beans UK too.

The variety of the available Nigerian beans from Olu Olu is sure to take the foodies by surprise. Fortunately, the beans can be incorporated into just about any dish in Nigeria, right from a thick stew of beans made with tomatoes, yam, and raw plantains to the delightful dishes enjoyed by the Yoruba tribe. It is not about travelling to the heart of Nigeria any more. Olu Olu has succeeded in making the beans come to you by the sheer dint of hard work that involves training the farmers to produce the best crops and bringing the nutritious legumes right to the doorstep of their customers.

The Western World has been overjoyed to taste the unique yet strange sweetness of the honey beans that originate in Africa. Although offbeat, this particular variety has piqued the curiosity of people so much that hardly a day goes by without Olu Olu receiving an order for the beans that they source. There is absolutely no way that an experiment of tasting the peeled beans from Olu Olu fails as the company takes total care of the harvesting process as well as the shipping.

Surprisingly, brown beans taste much better in traditional Nigerian dishes as opposed to the common breakfast dish of baked beans. No wonder the populace of England has found it much more exciting to step into a gourmet food store or just go online and click on the ‘order’ button for obtaining the super tasty and super healthy Nigerian beans. Olu Olu understands the stellar role that the honey beans play when comes to the daily diet of a Nigerian and is only too pleased to pass on the same experience to the others living half a world away.

There is no arguing with its nutritional value either. They are known to contain a good amount of protein and carbohydrate along with almost all the important minerals required by a human being. Be sure to have your fill of the delicious brown beans. You are welcome to have it as a standalone dish or cook it up as an alternative to the meat dish for dinner. Trust Olu Olu to provide you with the greatest product, you will certainly not be disappointed, that’s a promise!

Making Crayfish-Is It Worth The Trouble?

Food is a great equalizer. You are sure to get bored of the same old dishes that have been served as the staple diet in your part of the world. No wonder, people have begun experimenting more freely than ever before. Think about the amazing varieties that you can obtain once you step into an exotic food shop or check the aisle for the ethnic delectables at the nearest supermarket.

Crayfish-What is it?

You would be surprised to find a strange crustacean depicted on the tins and labeled as crayfish food. Is it a shrimp or imply a kind of prawn? None! It happens to be a crayfish with the tin that you have been holding containing dried crayfish that is an essential ingredient of Nigerian cooking.

How to eat it?

The dried form of this tasty crustacean is usually used to season food and no Nigerian worth his salt can do without it. The very best soups and omnipresent Fufu from the country will not taste as delicious without a pinch of the dried and powdered shrimp-like fish either. Ditto for Concoction Rice, another great dish from this African nation that will make you lick your fingers at the end of a sumptuous meal.  The Nigerian populace makes use of their dry mills to pound the crayfish into a powder although it has been known to be added to Ugba & Abacha.

The nomenclature happens to be a trifle confusing though. However, you might find the dried form to be akin a small sized shrimp. If you happen to sift through a big mound of the fish, you will also find the crayfish to be tiny mostly with a few big ones tucked in between. Be careful about using only the smaller ones though for they will provide you the right sort of seasoning powder. Oporo, that is the bigger ones, are not a part of the dried crustaceans though and are often sold separately to be utilized in other dishes belonging to Nigerian cuisine.

Making crayfish edible: Nigerian Style!

Making it fit for eating will need attention to detail, however. So, go ahead and proceed only if you are totally convinced about your prowess in the kitchen. Feel free to buy frozen ones and make sure to defrost them thoroughly before popping them into the oven. Bake until golden brown and crisp but do not allow them to burn. Take them out of the rack and cool them before storing in air tight jars. Of course, you have to use a dry mill for powdering the ingredient before adding to enhance the taste of a Nigerian dish.

Do not trouble yourself exceedingly for drying though. You can get the best quality possible by deciding to buy crayfish online.

Tips & Tricks of Making the most Yummy Pounded Yam Dish

When in Nigeria, you are certain to do as the Nigerians do but that is an understatement for sure. You do not actually have to travel all the way to Africa in order o be acquainted with the best of this ancient and exciting country. The world has shrunk into a global village of late with almost all things Nigerian being delivered right to your doorstep. You will not lack for the unique condiments and spices along with a host of different kinds of flours either thanks to Olu Olu Foods.

Pounded Yam Facts

What is it?

It is one of the staples in Nigeria and a number of African countries, commonly known as fufu. It resembles mashed potatoes but is actually heavier thereby making you feel fuller after a meal of yam that has been pounded with the aid of mortar.

How to eat it?

It constitutes a side dish and usually served alongside a traditional Nigerian soup such as egusi, the Ogbolo or edikaikong.

How to buy pounded yam?

buy pounded yam flour

You may be unable to get over the taste of pounded yam flour that enriches a number of dishes of Nigeria. Do not fret though! You can certainly get your money’s worth by checking the exotic food section in the super market or ask your friendly grocer to bring it to you. Do not leave your seat, if you are wary about having to go out in inclement weather. Go through online resources instead and simply order your supplies from the shores that specialize in Nigerian products.

How to make it?

A dish of pounded yam is sure to make dinner an invigorating experience. Unfortunately, the stress of preparing it from scratch is likely to take its toll on you. Pounding the yam with the help of a mortar and pestle is laborious and can leave the basic ingredient grainy and lumpy, if you are unable to perfect the technique. Ditch the age old way therefore and check out how to minimize the time and labor while obtaining the right consistency without any trouble.

  • Feel free to use the blender on boiled yam and convert it into a stretchy ball of dough within a short time.
  • Crush the yam with the assistance of a hand mixer until it becomes smooth and soft.
  • However, the best way to achieve amazing results would be to add hot water to a portion of Nigerian pounded yam flour and stir until it turns into an amazing ball of pounded yam.

Be sure to buy pounded yam flour from Olu Olu Foods for tasting the best pounded yam delicacy.

How Yummy Is Pounded Yam

You eat food in order to live! True, but why you should you not expect a lingering taste remaining behind while your digestive juices go to work after a meal? Sounds philosophical? Not at all! It is nothing but the truth that comes to the top of your mind once you savour the beautifully pounded yam brought to you from the deep reaches of Nigeria courtesy Olu Olu Foods.

Learning The Pounding Tactics

You would not want to fall on the yam in its natural form, exciting though it may sound. The early men might have done so but you know the art of cooking. However, the hours of gruelling work that one had to put in for preparing the pounded yam flour is a dying technique now thanks to the modern technology.

There are a number of devices including the age-old mortar and pestle for grinding it with food processors standing head and shoulders above the rest of the equipment when it concerns making the much favoured Nigerian pounded yam flour.

Finding The Best Solution

You will not be motivated enough to go ahead and source whole yam roots, clean it and pound it painstakingly ever again once you find what Olu Olu Foods has in store for you. Yes! You can buy pounded yam flour straight from the masters offering a range of exotic and ethnic African foods now. Why should you bother yourself with the primitive practices when it comes to you neatly packed without compromising on the taste or nutritive value?

No-Bother Cooking

Gear on to get a taste of the fantastic food by making yourself a big, wholesome plate of poundo, this Sunday. No issues! You are free to spend a good part of the morning in bed this time as you can whip up your bowl of delicacy in minutes. Just thanks your brain for having remembered to buy pounded yam from Olu Olu.


Sway to African music as you get busy mixing hot water to a cup of the pounded yam flour. Stir it briskly with a wooden spoon and build up a smooth lump of the right consistency. ENJOY!

Create Magic With A Little Red Palm Oil

You definitely have to eat to live. But again, you have to cook to eat as well. True, you can make do with processed ‘ready to eat’ foods or simply order a meal from the nearest restaurant. Unfortunately, you will find no excuse to refrain from cooking eventually. So, get ready for cooking up a storm and have the ingredients along with the utensils ready at hand. Wait! Aren’t you forgetting the cooking medium? What will it be butter, vegetable oil or the tried and tested medium of red palm oil?

Reasons to Consider cooking with organic palm oil

Do check out the facts closely before taking the onerous decision of opting to buy palm oil, however. The first thing that will leap to the eye is the nature of the oil that does not break down or lose any of its nutritional values when heated to a high temperature.

The exceedingly high smoking point makes it most appropriate for not only frying meat and veggies but also for sautéing, and grilling. In fact, it outdoes the benefits of the much hyped olive oil in this particular aspect.

Be sure to buy red palm oil in a good quantity once you are convinced of its authenticity. Are you trying to stay off fried foods at the moment? No worries! The palm oil sourced from Olu Olu Foods will come in handy when you are intent baking sans butter or want to make a mayonnaise based salad dressing that will not cause your diet to go haywire.

Palm Oil Based Dishes to Try

You do not have to look far and near for the cooking oil of your choice either. Simply buy the unadulterated and authentic palm oil online courtesy Olu Olu Foods. You will be overjoyed to find your dishes turn out as delicious as the cookbook promoted it to be.

  • Try the palm oil meat stew from the interior of Nigeria and amaze your African friends
  • Go for the steamed halibut in broth by making use of the sustainable palm oil with zero additives
  • Fry up a host of Oyster Mushrooms with spices and entertain your pals on Saturday night
  • You are free to bake the sweet potatoes and serve them alongside soup especially when you are eager to keep count of the calories.

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Having a limited amount of the oil will not suffice though. Prepare to buy bulk palm oil from Olu Olu Foods at affordable rates so that you have no reason to look elsewhere.

Keep The Memories Burning Bright With Olu Olu Foods Products

The UK is a country that has become multicultural with a vengeance thanks to its ever-expanding population of migrants. It is no wonder to find Chinese, African, Indian, Arabs and Nordics crowd together, searching the exotic food section in the ethnic food stores.

Sure, having a bowl of hot and fiery pepper soup may ignite your taste buds and enliven them once in a while but it comes with a taste of home for the Nigerians who are compelled to live in a far-off land for various reasons. Worse, you may just have to do with a bagful of potato crisps when your heart is yearning for the crunchy toasted coconut chips.

Why Olu Olu?

Olu Olu Foods has come to recognize the need for good and familiar food that makes the African Diaspora desperate for a hearty dish cooked in the conventional style too. True, not every dish of Nigerian origin can be sumptuous and delicious but it certainly keeps the memories alive. So, do not pine for the hearth that you left long ago, go out and hit the nearest Africa Food Store instead and look for the Olu Olu Brand. You are sure to come across the food and ingredients that you miss the most.

Be sure to buy enough to sustain you for a week before setting step into another store. Why don’t you buy plantain chips online instead? Keep munching as you run your eyes over the labels.

How to Buy Olu Olu Products?

You may come across a small packet containing the Olu Olu brand of coconut chips when out on a shopping spree. Do not be saddened by the small number of chips contained in it though. Look around for a bigger bag and you are likely to find it before long. Yes! You miss them and cannot do without the crunch and aromatic taste of the beautifully fried coconut crisps.

So go ahead and buy coconut chips online morning, noon or night for hunger pangs do not wait for the sunrise. No! Have no fear of putting on weight while munching on this compulsive snack item either. The dietary fiber within it will keep you full while its iron content will have you energized and raring to go.

Why be miserable and continue to miss your kind of food. Visit ASAP and pick up the food products that you fancy along with some red palm oil.

Stay Healthy By Using Red Palm Oil From Olu Olu

You eat to live but you also have to cook to eat well. True, you can opt to eat out every now and then but doing it every single day of your life will not only affect your finances adversely but will also take a toll on your health. You would definitely have to rely on a light and nutritious natural cooking oil to elevate the humble veggies and meat into a thing that encourages people to polish off their plates. Olu Olu Foods encourages you to try their brand of organic palm oil just once. You are sure to be hooked instantaneously with all thoughts of using an alternative cooking medium vanishing from your mind for good.


Advantages of Olu Olu Brand Palm Oil

No worries! The oil that you source from Olu Olu happens to be completely natural with no additives at all. The rich aroma emanating from the oil as it heats gently is definite to remind you of a home in farthest Africa. Do not take the risk of running out of it, however. Stock up with the aid of bulk palm oil and keep your kitchen ready for whisking a meal whenever you fancy. You would also be amazed to learn that you can utilize it for baking and dressing up the crunchy salads as well. So, go ahead and ditch the fat-filled butter only to buy red palm oil from Olu Olu Foods and enjoy showing off your cooking skills to perfection.



What is it?

It is basically a thin vegetable oil extracted from the pulp of the palm trees growing in abundance across different countries and continents. The Olu Olu brand is sourced from Nigeria with the assistance of farmers who etch out a livelihood by providing you with this vitamin filled, a nutritious cooking oil that makes your dinner taste like food from back home.


Why buy palm oil?

Do not have any misgivings while making up your mind to order palm oil online though. Dieticians recommend it wholeheartedly for the nutrition pluses that the consumers obtain thanks to a surfeit of both saturated and unsaturated fats. Moreover, it is also a rich source of vitamins and acts as an antioxidant. Taking care of your health will thus be easy once you visit the Olu Olu Foods online resource at for placing an order for the quintessential palm oil as well as the bag of coconut chips online.

Reasons To Buy Plantain & Coconut Chips From Olu Olu Foods

Watching your favorite game avidly on the telly and reaching out for the crunchy potato chips is commonplace. Yet, you do cringe on realizing the empty calories that you have been putting on inadvertently. Why should you do injustice to your body when you can have your cake, oops, chips and eat it too?

You do not have to look far and wide for finding a scrumptious alternative though. Simply grab a pack of Olu Olu’s satisfying green plantain chips and you would be astounded to get good health, nutrition and taste rolled into one. Why should you actually go for the addictive chips made out of the starchy plantain instead of sticking to the potato chips that are available widely? Isn’t plantain as good or bad as the humble potato? Do not spend anxious moments trying to find the answers. Read on to understand why you need to switch to the yellow plantain chips and shun the greasy tubers for good.

How nutritious are plantain chips?

Sure, they come full of carbs yet the plantain chips are considered to be a trifle healthier than the ones made out of the potato. The plantain is less fatty than the tubers while containing a small number of proteins as well.

You also get a chance to better your eyesight courtesy the abundance of Vitamin A within the satisfying chips and your immunity gets a big boost thanks to the Vitamin C lurking within the tasty plantain chips, both yellow and green.

Pluses of toasted coconut chips

You might consider buying coconut chips in bulk while shopping at Olu Olu foods too. They are extremely beneficial if you happen to be lactose intolerant or plagued by the gluten allergy. So, go ahead and snack on these delicious, toasty chips while studying hard or watching your favorite show on TV. You might also up your breakfast cereal by adding a handful of the crispy chips to your morning porridge. You might go an extra mile by creating a delightful curry with the coconut chips added on top for providing the much-needed crunch as well. A superb way to remain vegan and feast on delicacies at the same time!