Nafy Flatley is the founder of Teranga, a health food business that utilizes the Boabab fruit. Her meals, snacks, drinks, shots and popsicles are rooted in providing healthy small batch prepared food options while introducing new communities to foods and ingredients from around the world. As a testament to Nafy’s values, she decided to call the business Teranga to pay homage to her Senegalese heritage. Teranga means hospitality in Senegal’s national language, Wolof.
Learn more about Teranga and hear Nafy’s story:
You can try Teranga’s Baobab Protein Bars in this week’s La Cocina Food Boxes.
We hope you enjoy these deliciously prepared dishes made by La Cocina-born businesses. By buying a La Cocina Community Food Box, you are providing a lifeline to our restaurant businesses that are severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. 100% of the revenue from the food box goes back to the businesses making the food. As a community, we are grateful to be able to continue to feed you. Thank you for your support!
Food production is considered an “Essential Business” and is exempted from the State’s order to shelter in place. All food is produced in kitchens that observe the safety order guidelines, and as always adhering to food safety standards.
All food is produced in facilities that may process all the key 8 allergens.
To find these amazing food makers and restaurants again, view our business map: https://lacocinasf.org/eatatlacocina
Please consider supporting La Cocina businesses in weathering this health & economic crisis by donating to the La Cocina Emergency Relief Fund. Go to: www.LaCocinaSF.org