Ginjan Bros, LLC is a Harlem-based beverage company that develops and brings to market traditional African beverages. Our first offering is Ginjan, a wildly popular West African beverage that is made with fresh ginger, cold-pressed pineapples, fresh squeezed lemons, vanilla, anise, and cane sugar. Organic, non-gmo, and absolutely delicious.
Harlem’s rich history not only provides the ideal location to call home for our production, it also provides us with a large African population to validate the authenticity of our product. So you can enjoy your Ginjan with the assurance that you’re getting the highest quality authentic West African ginger juice anywhere.
MOHAMMED DIALLO, CEO
Mohammed, whom we dearly call “Papi” because he was named after our Grandpa, brings 10+ years of sales, marketing & logistics experience to Ginjan Bros. He currently also serves as financial advisor with New York Life, enabling him to apply well refined financial expertise to help set the overall vision of Ginjan Bros.
Aside from his business engagement, Mohammed also serves as the General Secretary and member of the economic development committee of the African Advisory Council (AAC), the largest and most diverse organization representing the interest of African immigrants in New York. He also serves as Chief Strategist for the Go Africa Network. Papi loves soccer, music, and anime.
IBRAHIMA DIALLO, COO
Rahim is a Materials Scientist and Engineer by training but with extensive experience in the hospitality industry dealing with food and wine purveyors in a variety of specialities, including: Italian, Chinese, Mediterranean, West African & South African. Rahim’s latest role was as Bar Manager at the MIST event space, bar and restaurant in Harlem.
He holds a B.S in Biomaterials engineering from Michigan State University, and a Master’s in Materials Science, focusing on electrochemical devices, mainly fuel cells for transportation and home power generation. Rahim is a member of the National Society of Black Engineers. Rahim loves parks, books, lounges and languages.