Cereal




From seeds to markets and markets to your kitchen the OFOODI Nutrition Rich Cereal is a combination of great naturally gluten free grain-protein and legumes. Providing quality good food in one serving, highly nutritious, sustainable and good for the planet.

 Designed to cub malnutrition, reduce poverty,  embracing the value of traditional foods and maintaining good environmental and agronomic practices.  

A great combination of vitamins, magnesium, phosphorus, anti-oxidant and lots more.

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Ofoodi Nutrient Rich Cereal Recipe is a combination of healthy grain and legumes. Gluten free and naturally processed for maximum nutrition. 

 Traditional foods that give the most nutritional benefits are underutilized and mostly wasted.  Efforts in embracing traditional foods would go along way in eradicating poverty and reducing malnutrition.  

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The World Food Day Nutrition Programme


The #WorldFoodDay was celebrated by exposing these lovely ladies to healthy eating and a nutritious life style. It was an amazing time attending and mentoring 75 girls from the Kabayi Secondary School, North Central Nigeria. 
The ladies enjoyed a seminar session on questions and answers about the girl child from our partnering friends from the Erny Foundation and got a cooking revamp on how to make healthy snacks and smoothies.



 They had fun eating and learning and getting sensitized on the United Nations sustainable development goals. It was an expository time these ladies will never forget in a hurry.

The Erny foundation took the ladies on the importance of the girl child. Lending them a voice and a brighter hope for the future. Issues on menstrual cycle, relationships, career choices and family were discussed.


The ladies got to identify nutritious foods and got exposed on its proper utilization and diversification of plants, fruits and vegetables.


Many discovered new fruits they never knew were grown in Nigeria.