Teranga means “hospitality” in Wolof, the national language of Senegal. It is this spirit of camaraderie that inspired founder Nafy Flatley to start her own company. Born in Senegal, Nafy’s favorite childhood memory is of her grandmother using baobab fruit to make refreshing drinks. The baobab tree is an essential part of African culture, and Senegalese use the entire tree, from the roots to the leaves, to make natural remedies for many ailments. Teranga Baobab is based in San Francisco.