30 Bomb Black-Owned Gifts for the Foodie on Your List

Black-Owned Gifts for Foodies by BLACK FOODIE

Who’s harder to cross off your list? The person who literally has everything or a sake-loving foodie who knows the difference between Spanish and Italian olives?

We’ll take the foodie for $400, Alex (RIP)!

Luckily, like your favourite pair of elastic-waistband pants, we’ve got your back and, most importantly, are here to help with the age-old question: “What the hell am I gonna get Tasha for Christmas?”

In my opinion, you already know what to get Tash, your bestie, ya cousin, and Grandma Pearl. Or rather, you know exactly what not to get, which is an even better starting point for your holiday gift hunt.

Our top Black-Owned gifts for Foodies. Pictured: Santa tray, Dope Coffee, a BLACK FOODIE crewneck sweater, coloured stemless wine glasses, Mumgry spread
From Santa trays to Pistachio spread, there’s something for everyone!

Jump to the list.

When you’re shopping for the foodie in your life, it’s a constant battle between picking up something delicious and picking up something insanely useful, but this list’ll show you that it’s entirely possible to have both and have money left over to treat yourself. Win-win.

Now, a word about these Blackity Black-owned gifts. While we can’t co-sign on the quality of every single one because our credit cards DO have a limit, we suggest that you do these Black entrepreneurs a favour and buy from them expecting the best of the best because most of these products look real damn good!

Black man wearing a Santa hat, holding a present and a glass of champagne. Text on image says "Can't wait to open my BLACK FOODIE-approved gift!
Me either, Tobe.

With that being said, happy holidays yall! Let’s keep the Black dollar circulating in our community. 

For best results, order online from these businesses by December 11.

Dope Black-Owned Gifts for Black Foodies

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Gifts Under $25

Edible

  • Haitian peanut butter from Manba, $10
  • Unique, Haitian-inspired condiments from PHAFO, $10+
  • Intense spice blends and flavours from Spice King, $11+
  • Peanut and lactose-free snacks from Ohh Foods!, $12+
  • Ethiopian coffee from Boon Boona, $12+
  • Low sugar, high-flavour vegan spreads from Oat Butter Brand, $14+
  • Boldly flavoured jams from Trade St. Jam, $14+
  • Infused Jamaican honey from Lignum Honey, $15+
  • Artisanal spice blends from Breukelen Rub, $15+
  • Natural teas and supplements from Womy, $24.99+
  • Pre-pregnancy and pregnancy-friendly spreads from Mumgry, $20+
  • Coffee and coffee-based body products from Dope Coffee, $20+

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Gifts Under $50

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