Inspired By Community
I am surrounded by a community of people that just happen to be entrepreneurs that want to help me thrive!
What better way to kick off the month of October- best month ever by the way- than to announce that I am embarking on a series of Culinary Conversations and having my community help nourish the conversation.
Thank you ! 👌🏾👇🏾 I am in deep gratitude for your gesture of support of my Culinary Conversations series - Lola 💙🧡
Manba has an interesting story behind its creation. The founders, Jason Delis and Stanley Dumornay, stumbled upon the idea of creating a peanut butter product during a volunteer trip to Haiti in 2015. Dumornay introduced Delis to a traditional Haitian peanut butter called "manba," which immediately piqued Delis's interest due to its unique flavor. He understood quickly the where the fondness for the distinct flavor of manba came from. Soon after they returned home, the two decided to introduce to Quebec their own blend of spicy peanut butter.
Manba, the first peanut butter with Haitian influences to hit the Canadian market, has swiftly established itself as the nation's go-to source for spicy peanut butter. Manba is currently sold on its e-commerce website and in more than 150 local fine food and specialty stores in Ontario and Quebec. It has quickly become a popular choice for those seeking a spicy twist on the classic peanut butter spread.
What sets Manba apart is the company sources its peanuts from small-scale farmers in Haiti, providing them with a fair income.
Manba is a delicious product that has made its mark in the Canadian food market. Its success can be attributed to its founders' dedication to creating a high-quality, unique product that foodies like Lola really loves and appreciates!