“Manba” is a Creole word for peanut butter. dD Manba contains only the highest quality peanuts imported from the US and Haiti. A little added organic cane sugar, salt, and spice makes Manba the classic hot Haitian peanut butter.
To date, Manba is the only peanut butter in Canada that includes peanuts imported from Haiti. Every jar contains 100 grams of peanuts that we import directly from the Acceso Peanut Corporation in Haiti. Watch this video from Acceso on the Haitian peanut farmers and the process of growing peanuts in Haiti.
In 2014, Stanley D. and Jason D. (dD) volunteered to do humanitarian work in Haiti. Once there, they were taken aback by the stark economic and social conditions – seemingly, nothing had improved since the devastating earthquake of 2010, but that didn’t stop the Haitians from persevering.
Their pride and hospitality were remarkable, as was their famous Creole cuisine. The food was rich, natural, flavourful, and delicious. It inspired dD, particularly the “manba”, the Creole word for peanut butter. They purchased a jar from a local producer and found the spiciness to compliment the peanut taste perfectly. Back home, dD searched for mamba to satisfy their cravings but found nothing equalling the quality and flavour of the Haitian specialty. So, they decided to make their own!
Eighteen months later, dD now bring you their very own mamba made from a blend of the highest quality peanuts from the USA and Haiti and produced in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. With a pinch of organic sugar and salt, dD Manba is the classic Haitian-style peanut butter. Thank you for your support and enjoy our Mamba!