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  • 100% All Natural Spicy Beef Jerky (Kilishi) – 3oz

    Kilishi is a version of jerky that originated in Hausaland specifically Bauchi state. It is a dried form of suya, made from deboned cow, sheep or goat meat. Each of the selected muscles is sliced into sheets of one metre or less for easy drying. The dried sheets of meat are then collected and kept for the next process.

  • Dried White Ponmo | Dried Cow Skin

    Butchers prepare ponmo from cow skin. It is a delectable beef cut that is used as a condiment in many soups and as a snack. It is mostly found in the southwest (among the Yorubas), but it can also be found in other parts of Nigeria.



    Cow skin is high in collagen, a type of protein that is essential for keeping bones and skin tissues in place.



    It contains trace amounts of calcium (61mg), iron (4.3mg), magnesium (12mg), phosphorus (36mg), and zinc (6.79mg). Ponmo, therefore, contains something and contributes something to your diet. Consider the quality of what it contributes. Ponmo, cow skin is high in collagen.

  • Ayamase Pepper Mix | Nigerian Ofada Stew | No Preservatives | Dried Peppers | Mild

    DRIED PEPPER MIX FOR STEW: Blend of dried peppers and spices for cooking stew. Perfect blend for Ayamase/ofada stew a Nigerian stew cooked with different green peppers, assortment of meat and fish,eggs, onions, and indigenous ingredients such as iru (locust beans) and bleached palm oil.

    AYAMASE PEPPER MIX: Cook Ayamase stew in as easy as 3 Steps, CONVENIENTLY, EFFICIENTLY, and in MINUTES.

    NO NEED TO BLEND PEPPER FOR AYAMASE: No need to clean, wash, and cut vegetables into smaller sizes, no need to blend or boil vegetables. Simply SOAK, FRY, and ENJOY!

  • Ewa /Beans Ata Agonyi Sauce

    Stermart Marketplace has made it easy for all the beans lovers in the US with this delicious Ata Agonyi Sauce just like the way it tastes in Nigeria. The Ata Goyin mix is a blend of various dried pepper and spices to ease the process of preparing the sauce for Ewa Agoyin for you and your family.

  • Smoked Guinea Fowl (Eiye Awo)

    Guinea Fowl is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, calcium, magnesium and iron. With a pleasing flavor and an exotic taste that resembles in taste with chicken meat. 

    Eating guinea fowl meat is a healthier choice as it has low cholesterol as well as low-fat content, and the fat content present in it is three times less than that present in beef. Even the eggs of guinea fowl are very tasty and consist of vitamins A, E, and D3 which are essential for good health.

    Guinea fowl meat is a rich source of protein. Besides, it is also good for you to include this meat in your diet. The meat is helpful in maintaining the muscles as well as strengthening the lean muscles.

  • Fresh Yellow Pap / Akamu / Ogi / Fermented Corn / Corn Pudding

    Corn pap, commonly known as Akamu, ogi, or Eko, is a fermented cereal pudding from Nigeria, typically made from maize.

    Ogi (or Akamu) is a fermented cereal pudding from Nigeria, typically made from maize, … It is then boiled into a pap, or cooked to make a creamy pudding. It si also a perfect meal for nursing mother, helps in aiding the production of breast milk for babies.

  • African velvet tamarind (Awin)

    African velvet tamarind is the fruit of a native West African tree called Dialium Guineense. Popularly known as Awin in Yoruba, Icheku in Igbo and Tsamiyar kurm in Hausa, Velvet Tamarind is a seasonal fruit with a sweet and tangy taste.

    Black velvet tamarind (Awin) is rich in vitamins including thiamin, vitamin A, folic acid, niacin, riboflavin, and the most important is vitamin C. besides acting as antioxidants to fight free radicals, these vitamins also help the function of enzyme metabolism of the human body.

  • Unrefined Authentic Red Palm Oil (Epo)

    West African Red Palm Oil for Cooking as well as Soapmaking (Raw/Organic/Unrefined)Originally made in Nigeria.

    Virgin Palm Oil is palm oil that is traditionally made and maintains the natural nutrients of carotenes (precursors to Vitamin A) and the antioxidant tocotrienols (Vitamin E). Typical RBD (Refined, Bleached, and Deodorized) palm oil has these nutrients stripped from them resulting in clear oil. In its natural state, palm oil is red in color due to a high concentration of carotene

  • Alomo Bitters Herbal Drink

    Alomo Bitters is a herbal-based alcoholic drink produced in Ghana by Kasapreko. It is popular not only in Ghana but also in Nigeria, Togo, and Ivory Coast South.

    Alomo Bitters is to support blood circulation, good health, and vitality. Alomo Bitters was created to connect people – bring couples closer, enrich friendships, and make social moments that are memorable. Alomo contains properties that remedy: Body Aches & Pains.

    When your digestion needs a little support, bitters can facilitate stomach acid and act as a digestive aid. This can not only ease indigestion, but also heartburn, nausea, cramping, bloating, and gas.

    It Improves protein digestion and mineral absorption, Improves the breakdown of fats and fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K, reduces gas and bloating, relieves occasional heartburn, promotes regular bowel movements, and Reduces food sensitivities,

  • Dried Snail (5 Pieces)

    These huge snails are as fresh as it gets with snails. They are caught fresh and thoroughly cleaned for consumption. Snails are healthy, nutritious, and delicious, low in both carbohydrates and fat, and are even considered by some to be an aphrodisiac and antidepressant.

    In addition to containing significant sources of protein and low amounts of fat, snails are also good sources of iron, calcium, Vitamin A, and a number of other minerals. Vitamin A helps your immune system fight off diseases and strengthens your eyes. It also helps cells in your body grow.

  • Whole Ground Crayfish

    Crayfish, also spelled crawfish, is smoked/dried and ground. Crayfish is a fantastic seasoning that is used in the preparation of many African soups, sauces, and foods. Natural crayfish are sourced from local African fishermen who catch them in rivers rather than in mega fish farms.

  • Dried Locust Beans (Iru)

    Locust beans have a high nutritional value, indicating that they are a good source of macro and micronutrients.

    The locust bean seeds are also used as cattle and poultry feed.

    Lipids, proteins, carbs, fats, and calcium are all abundant in locust beans.

  • Fresh Snail

    These huge snails are as fresh as it gets with snails. They are caught fresh and thoroughly cleaned for consumption. Snails are healthy, nutritious, and delicious, low in both carbohydrates and fat, and are even considered by some to be an aphrodisiac and antidepressant.

    In addition to containing significant sources of protein and low amounts of fat, snails are also good sources of iron, calcium, Vitamin A, and a number of other minerals. Vitamin A helps your immune system fight off diseases and strengthens your eyes. It also helps cells in your body grow.

    Buy and Sell Fresh Snail in America USA Stermart Marketplace Food Grocery Store Jumbo, Fresh Frozen, Wild-Caught, Nigerian Bush Snails

    Fresh Snail

    $65.00 - $120.00
  • Organic African Dried Clean Periwinkles

    Dried Periwinkles for the win! For the love of seafood, just soak in warm water with little salt and in few minutes your periwinkle is ready.

  • Moringa Oleifera Seeds

    MORINGA OLEIFERA SEEDS, Prepper Survival Food, One of the worlds most nutritious foods.

    Here are 10 health benefits of moringa seeds:

    • Improves sleep
    • High in fiber
    • Regulate Blood Sugar Levels
    • Great Source of Iron
    • Reduces Joint Pain
    • Lowers Cholesterol
    • Induces Death of Cancer Cells
    • Promotes Heart Health
    • Powerhouse of Antioxidants
    • Promotes Healthy Skin

    The worlds most overlooked SUPER FOOD !

    • 7 times the Vitamin C of Oranges
    • 4 times the Vitamin A of Carrots
    • 4 times the Calcium of Milk
    • 3 times the Potassium of Bananas
    • 2 times the Protein of Yogurt
    • 25 times the iron of spinach
  • Unripe Plantain Flour – 2.2lbs

    Unripe Plantain flour is rich in iron and potassium, Vitamin A, vitamin B, magnesium and phosphorus. For people with gluten intolerance, it is the perfect substitute for flours containing gluten. It is high in fiber and aids in digestion.

    Plantain flour is lower in calories than the regular all-purpose flour. Plantain Flour is used as a healthier substitute for other baking flours.

  • Fresh Organic Bitter Kola – 4oz

    Garcinia kola, often known as Bitter kola, is a flowering plant found mostly in the tropical rain forest region of Central and West Africa. African fresh Organic BITTER KOLA (Garcinia Kola). Very good for the body and source of over 100 types of Vitamins. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. The nut which is about 3-5 cm in length has an ellipsoid shape. A brown to deep brown peel covers it. This peel is removed before it is eaten.

    Garcinia kola is used for bronchitis (Improves lung function), Reduces eye pressure (Glaucoma), Remedy for osteoarthritis, Helps weight loss,improves male fertility, protect against malaria, prevents throat infections, colic, head or chest colds, and cough. It is also used for liver disorders . Bitter Kola was eaten mostly by the elderly people because of their belief that it could prolong life.

    But the truth is that researches in modern science have revealed that bitter kola contains chemical compounds that will help the breakdown of glycogen in the liver and has other medicinal uses which account for its longevity property in man. This is the best quality of the Seed from Nigeria.

  • Organic Ground Pepper Soup Spice

    African pepper soup dishes are made with a blend of complex and unique spices. These spices are commonly found in the West African region and used in a variety of ethnic soups, like this goat meat pepper soup.

    This spice is perfect for African pepper soups like this Nigerian Pepper Soup and this Fish Pepper Soup. You can also add small quantities to any stew or soup to really enhance the taste and flavor.

    Ingredients:

    • Alligator pepper: also known as Grains of Paradise, Guinea pepper, and Melegueta pepper. In Nigeria, this spice is known as Atare, Atariko or Ulima seeds.
    • Selim pepper: also known as Grains of Selim, Ethiopian pepper, Senegal pepper, Negro pepper, Kani pepper or Uda seed. This pepper has a musky flavor of smoked herbs with a hint of bitter cocoa. It is similar in flavor to peppercorns.
    • Calabash nutmeg: also known as Jamaican nutmeg, African nutmeg, and Muscadier de Calabash. In Nigeria, it is known as Ehuru, Ariwo or Ehiri, depending on what tribe you’re from.


  • Organic Aidan Fruit / Prekese / Tetrapleura Tetraptera – 4 pods

    Aidan fruit organic prekese tetrapleura tetraptera. Aidan fruits contain key minerals and vitamins such as Zinc, Iron, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium etc. These essential minerals and vitamins help to optimize the body immune system. They protect the body against viruses, regenerate blood cells, and ensure optimal performance of our bones and muscles.

    Prekese, Ghana Prekese, Uhio , African herbs, Tetrapleura Tetraptera, Aidan Fruit.

  • Authentic Pure Ayamase Oil (Ofada Oil) – 2 litres

    Ayamase oil sometime called bleached Palm oil or Ofada oil are know for their unique taste and lends that flavor to any dish. Usually use in preparing Dishes like the popular Ayamase stew, Ofada Stew and many more. Try it out today and taste the difference

    Ayamase oil is perfect for cooking Ayamase or ofada sauce. Ayamase stew / sauce pairs well with ofada rice.  

  • Whole Organic Cloves

    Truly high quality whole organic cloves can be hard to come by. We searched high and low and found the best cloves on a certified organic farm in the mountains of Nigeria.

    As we walked the farmers’ land, we saw how much love and care they poured into their farm. The result is the best smelling and tasting cloves you can find. They’re extremely fresh and refreshingly sweet.

    Cloves are well-known for their aromatic quality and their warming/heating effect. But cloves have much more to offer – cloves can be used as a topic painkiller in many traditional healing recipes. Keep in mind, you don’t need to use much, cloves are very potent. Cloves have also been known to help relieve congestion, digestive issues, and help with toothaches. Cloves are versatile and well-worth exploring.

  • Authentic Nigerian Kokoro (African Snack Food)

    Kokoro is a common crunchy snack food in Nigeria. It is made from a paste of maize flour mixed with sugar and gari (cassava) or yam flour and deep-fried. It is commonly sold in the western parts of Nigeria. Kokoro is originally from Nigeria and the taste is top-notch.

  • Kuli-Kuli (Peanut / Groundnut Crackers)

    Kuli-kuli is a delicious African snack which is produced from peanuts also popularly known as groundnut. It is rich in protein, magnesium, phosphorus and vitamin E which helps to build strong bones and muscles in the body. It can be taken with any cereal of your choice but is mostly taken with garri (cassava flakes) or can be eaten as a snack.

    Ingredients:

    Peanut (groundnut), Salt, Sugar, Garlic, Ginger, Onion, Pepper.

  • Ground Egusi (Ground Melon Seeds)

    Grounded melon seeds known as Egusi is a Nigerian delicacy that is well loved and pairs well with fufu, pounded yam, garri and other Nigerian staple foods.

    It can be added to vegetables or cooked plain as soup.

    Also popular among other West African countries such as Ghana, Sierra leone and Cameroon.

  • Dried Ewedu (Dried Jute Leaves)

    Dried Ewedu made out of Jute leaves are part of Jute plants cultivated in Asia, middle east and most especially Africa. Jute leaves are used as a food source in these regions; in fact, they are said to add a distinct flavor to food and also act as thickeners in soups, stews and sauces. 

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