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ANE Foods (AF), a Ghanaian-owned food producing company, has unveiled its maiden food product, ‘ANE Groundnut Tomato Soup Base’, onto the Ghanaian market.

ANE Groundnut Tomato Soup Base is a combination of groundnut and tomato paste for the preparation of tasty groundnut soup.

In an interview with the young and vibrant Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ANE Foods, Kwabena Ampiaw, he said the use of ANE Groundnut Tomato Soup Base makes it easy for the preparation of groundnut soup, which is one of the soup delicacies of Ghanaians.

“There’s no doubt that groundnut soup is popular among Ghanaians, albeit its preparation is time-consuming. It is for this reason that my company has introduced ANE Groundnut Tomato Soup Base on the Ghanaian market,” he explained.

According to Mr Ampiaw, his company is excited to introduce to the Ghanaian market and beyond a new culinary aid that does not only make cooking of groundnut soup so easy but ‘very tasty and healthy.’

He disclosed that ANE ANE groundnut tomato soup base is rich arginine and amino acids which help prevent heart and vascular diseases by promoting good blood vessel.

Furthermore, he revealed that the groundnut tomato paste is free from aflatoxin, explaining that this was so “because the groundnuts are carefully sorted out before grinded into paste.”

The young CEO of AF said his product is a good source of plant based protein, stressing that it “saves time and its stress free.”

Significantly, he affirmed that the product had been approved by the regulatory bodies including the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) and Ghana Standards Board (GSB).

On the preparation of soup with Anne groundnut paste, Mr Ampiaw said one should pour the paste into a bowl and add water.

“Stir the paste mixed with water for it to become smooth, and add the mixture to your soup,” he noted.

According to him, he has plans of setting up a farm and also building a factory with ultramodern machines to help speed up production and produce in large quantities for export.

That notwithstanding, he said the product has found its way onto some international markets including Dubai and Qatar.

“….but my goal is to break more boundaries, and produce other products such as rice, tomato paste oil, sardine, canned beef, sausage, milk, beverages, etc.

For bulk purchase, Mr Ampiaw said he could be reached via his mobile phone number 0540918914 or WhatsApp (0234228404).

Other channels which the company could be reached are via Email: anefoodsinfo@gmail.com, Instagram: @ane.foods and Facebook: Ane foods.

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