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FONIO
Sustainable and Organic
African Ancient Grain
FONIO
Nutritious | Easy to prepare | Tasty
FONIO
OUR PRODUCTS
SOLANGE'S
OUR STORY
Hello! I am Solange,

as a child I ate fonio as breakfast porridge or as an evening dish. My mother made the porridge with milk and peanut milk, ensuring the porridge to contain all the necessary nutrients for a healthy meal. Fonio is a source of nutritious food for African farmers. I rediscovered the power of this ancient grain, I was inspired and wanted to share it with the world.

SOLANGE'S
JOURNEY
Fonio, the forgotten grain

Fonio  is a forgotten grain but always has been a source of nutritious food. When it came on my way,   I rediscovered the power of this ancient grain, was inspired and wanted to share it with the world.

SOLANGE'S
MISSION

In 2017 on a mission in my home country I met women growing and producing fonio. This led to the founding of Symfonio and Solange’s Cuisine, a purpose driven company dedicated to promoting fonio as a unique grain that benefits:

YOU, the FARMERS, and the PLANET.
FONIO
WHAT IS FONIO

Fonio is an ancient grain, sustainable, healthy and allergene free“Solange’s” dishes are tasty, easy to prepare and authentic according my mothers recipes.

Fonio has a nutty taste and is very popular because of this special taste.

The grain fonio is versatile and nutritious with essential amino acids. It contains high levels of iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc and B vitamins. In addition, fonio has a lot of fiber and is free of gluten allergens.

Fonio can be used as porridge for breakfast, as couscous or rice, in bread, pastries and burgers.

Fonio replaces other grains such as semolina in soup, hot dishes and salads.

SOLANGE'S
WHERE
WHERE TO BUY

Fonio is now available in organic shops Ekoplaza and Odin
Under the name ‘Solange’s African Cuisine’,
I have developed a number of instant meals so that everyone can get to know this particularly nutritious and delicious grain.
‘Solange’s’ dishes are tasty and quick to prepare, and following authentic recipes from my mother.