Newest Flavour “Pizza”

Winnaz Pizza potato crisps with Italian flavour is launched  in this October  in the big Supermarkets in Kigali also soon available in Kampala. After many taste session with children, the Pizza…

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NYEGE NYEGE FESTIVAL

4 Days, 5 Stages  over 200 Artists.Nyege Nyege stands for peace, respect and abundant joy, it stands for Africa and Africans, for underground music and musicians, it stands for fun…

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Break Fast

Break-Fast Jam is an annual breakdance event nurturing and promoting the breaking and hiphop dance scene in East Africa. The event originated in Uganda in 2011 and currently does events…

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Sunflower oil

Sunseed Mukwano 100 % pure, 100% Ugandan. Winnaz is using Sunseed sunflower oil. Sunseed sunflower oil is ultra refined, rich in vitamin E, low in saturated fat and cholesterol free.…

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Meet the team: Lambert

[fusion_text]Lambert is a 46-year-old man who has a wife and three kids. He was born in Muhanga district and lives in Musanze where he completed his primary education and majored in Agriculture at a vocational school. (more…)

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Sunflower oil

Sunseed Mukwano 100 % pure, 100% Ugandan. Winnaz is using Sunseed sunflower oil. Sunseed sunflower oil is ultra refined, rich in vitamin E, low in saturated fat and cholesterol free.…

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Meet the team: Jaunice
Mukamirwa Jaunice

Meet the team: Jaunice

Mukamirwa Jaunice is a 21 years old Rwandan lady who lives in Musanze. She completed primary education and secondary studies in Accounting. Jaunice lives with her father, as her mother died in…

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KINIGI POTATOES

Kinigi potatoes are the best potatoes grown in Uganda and Rwanda. We chose to use them for our chips because they have a delicious taste. Kinigi potatoes make chips crunchier…

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Fairtrade

Potato farmers sell their potatoes straight to our Winnaz factory. They get a better price for their crops that they wouldn’t get anywhere else. This means that farmers get a…

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