Delicious items made the way Grandma would have made them.

  • Nanida Beetroot Salad is bottled with only the best beetroot. It’s been sliced and seasoned to perfection to give you a tasty side to any dish.
  • Chakalaka

    ¥23.00
    The name itself conjures up a mystical expectation of what flavours could be held in the jar of Chakalaka. Chakalaka is a South African vegetable relish, usually spicy, that is traditionally served with bread, pap, samp, stews, or curries. Nanida’s blend of vegetables, herbs and spices are unique to the region of China, based on trusted South African recipes. Chakalaka is a mix of carrots, onions, cabbage, chilies, and green peppers.
  • Mayonnaise

    ¥22.00
    NaNiDa’s No. 1 Mayonnaise is made with simple ingredients: eggs, oil, and vinegar. Our authentic mayonnaise is rich in Omega 3-ALA (contains 650 mg ALA per serving, 40% of the 1.6g Daily Value for ALA, 10g fat, and 1.5g saturated fat). Use it to make outrageously juicy meals like our Simply Delicious Chicken!
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    Smooth and creamy, one popular mix of cheeses in a jar. A jar of smooth Nanida Cheezz spread is a well-loved staple in the expat fridges. This is also a firm favourite for the young ones and encourages them to get in the calcium they need too.
  • Vegan Mayo

    ¥35.00
    Vegenaise, shockingly, tastes better than mayo. As an added bonus, it has less saturated fat and cholesterol than the regular stuff. And while many meat substitutes have ingredient lists that read like a science experiment, Vegenaise actually has no additives or preservatives. Please ensure to refrigerate your delicious purchase the moment you receive it.
  • Crispy and crunchy onions pickled and preserved in a selection of brines namely White and Brown spirit vinegar, Black and White Balsamic Vinegar. These onions can be used in salads, as a sandwich filler or simply on their own as an accompaniment to cold meats, “Braaivleis” or as an addition to a summer evening food platter. Pickled Onions in the 375mL jar have a tangy taste that makes them instant favourites! The cocktail onions are a hit any time of the year, whether you serve them at dinnertime with fish and chips or pair them with crackers as an appetizer for unexpected guests.
  • Tartar sauce (French: sauce tartare; also spelled Tartare sauce in the UK, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and other parts of the Commonwealth) is a condiment made of mayonnaise, chopped pickles, capers and herbs such as tarragon and dill. Tartar sauce can also be enhanced with the addition of gherkins, other varieties of pickles, and lemon juice as well as herbs such as parsley. It is most often used as a condiment with seafood dishes such as fish and chips, clam strips, fried oysters, fish sandwiches, and fish fingers, among many other dishes.
  • Add a fresh, flavorful staple to your culinary creations with the South African styled Green Beans. These pre-sliced green beans are a wonderful compliment to many casseroles and entrees or simply as a health-conscious side dish to your home cooked meal. Nanida promises freshness and quality always at a great value.
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    Atchar is a spicy condiment, often eaten with a curry. It comes from the Indian cuisine in South Africa. In India, it is spelled Achar, and the word means pickle in Hindi. Usually the atchar made in South Africa is made with unripe green mangoes and chillies. The whole mango is used for making atchar. This traditional mango atchar is easily made at home. Adjust the amount of chillies to your liking and serve with a vegetable curry, or on a slice of white bread.

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