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Event Recap: The BLACK FOODIE Week Market
This year we kicked off BLACK FOODIE Week with a live, in-person marketplace in Toronto. With a range of Black-owned food businesses to shop from, live music, free prizes and giveaways, the event was a vibrant love letter to Black food culture!
If you missed it, check out the BFW '21 Highlight on our Instagram page for more recap footage! Special thanks to Interac and Canadian Tire for supporting the market alongside the City of Brampton, the Culinary Tourism Alliance, and Restaurants Canada.
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