SHARAY’S IN A NUTSHELL
All our brittles are made with love and care, in Wisconsin, from a traditional Ghanaian recipe that delivers great taste with fewer ingredients.
Having tried enough peanut brittle to know what’s good (and what isn’t), I set about bringing an authentic range of Ghana-style peanut brittle to the US.
PERFECT FOR ANY OCCASION
Whether you're watching movies, attending a sporting event, hanging out at a party, camping, or just having a morning coffee, Sharay's peanut brittle is the perfect companion for any occasion.
This is Yaw, the founder of Sharays Ghana Style Peanut Brittle.
Sharay was his childhood nickname and from a young age, he always had an intense love of peanut brittle or Nkati cake as they call it in his home country, Ghana, West Africa. Having tried enough peanut brittle to know what’s good (and what isn’t),Yaw set about bringing an authentic range of Ghana-style peanut brittle to the US.
Ever since migrating to the US, Yaw has dreamt of owning and operating his own business. After pursuing several ventures, he re-discovered his love of traditional West African foods. Asare was drawn to the peanut brittle he grew up with in Ghana and spent time finessing a recipe he got from his mother.
In July 2020, he introduced Ghana Style Brittle at the Appleton Downtown Farmers Market in Appleton, WI. Over the last year he has worked closely with local specialty foods stores in the North East Wisconsin to bring his unique product to candy lovers.
What We Believe
Sharays aims to bring his Ghana Style Brittle as well as other African inspired treats to customers all over the world. More importantly, we are committed to living according to three key values: Simplicity, Inclusivity and Understanding.
|Our mission is to provide truly indulgent, guilt-free, naturally delicious treats, using fewer ingredients.||We want as many people to enjoy our brittle as possible, so all our products are wheat-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan.||By introducing Ghana-style brittle to the US, we aim to bring people together and help foster cultural understanding.|