Introducing Copia Ndengu, Copia Njahi and Copia Kamande

Shiba na utamu wa Copia grains – three delicious and nutritious super-foods perfect for stews, soups, salads and every meal time! They are rich in fibre and nutrition, easy to cook, and affordable too, making them a must-have for every Kenyan kitchen. Explore the mouth-watering flavours of Kenyan cuisine with Copia Grains.

Copia Ndengu (Green Grams)

The taste of chapati accompanied by a delicious plate of Copia Ndengu while spending time with family and friends on a Sunday afternoon is like no other!
 
Ndengu, also known as green grams, is a vegetarian super food that Kenyan families have grown, cooked and loved for decades. It has a vibrant green colour, nutty flavour, and crunchy texture, with hundreds of ways to cook and eat it. What’s more, this tasty green lentil nourishes the body with important nutrients like protein, vitamins, calcium, iron and fibre. 
 
Shiba na utamu wa Copia Ndengu, now available in 250g, 500g, 1kg and 2kg bags.

Copia Njahi (Black beans)

When your loved ones come together on special occasions, a mouth-watering Copia Njahi dish is your recipe for beautiful memories to cherish forever!
 
Njahi, also known as black beans, is a nutrition-loaded, fiber-rich source of plant-based protein grown in the highlands of Kenya. The deep black colour, round shape and creamy texture of this popular legume make it perfect for adding a kickoff flavour to a wide variety of dishes, from salads to soups and stews. They are also rich in antioxidants and soluble fibre that helps in lowering cholesterol levels.
 
Shiba na utamu wa Copia Njahi, now available in 250g, 500g, 1kg and 2kg bags.

Copia kamande (lentils)

Your visitors are in for a treat with Copia Kamande, a tasty, nutty dish that’s nutrition-loaded and takes only a few minutes to prepare!
 
Kamande has been a popular lentil in the Kenyan family diet for centuries, enhancing salads, stews and a variety of other dishes with its soft, chewy texture and nutty flavour. Packed with protein, fiber, and essential vitamins and minerals, this Kenyan grain is low in calories and serves as a great source of energy. It’s also quick to cook, turning ordinary recipes into finger-licking meals in minutes without having to soak for a few hours and then boil for a few more hours. Kamande is a must-have in every Kenyan kitchen.
 
Shiba na utamu wa Copia Kamande, now available in 250g, 500g, 1kg and 2kg bags.