Margaret Nyamumbo went from drinking coffee in college to stay awake to wondering why she wasn’t seeing her country’s roasts in the US. Now, her coffee brand Kahawa1893 is blazing a trail for other African food businesses looking to go global.
Building on last year’s success, food media brand and creative agency BLACK FOODIE will be hosting its second edition of BLACK FOODIE Week, a celebration of Black food and culture.
Before last summer’s protests, many of BLACK FOODIE’s industry peers and would-be clients declined to partner with the company, accusing them of focusing too much on race.
There’s no better way to spice up your week than with delicious food from a Black-owned restaurant. Thanks to ByBlacks, this week, it’s easier than ever to do so!
Guava-passionfruit, creamy rum raisin, and tasty pineapple-coconut are just a few of the delicious flavours blazing a trail across Canadian freezers by family-owned ice-cream company, […]
Running Dacy’s Gourmet Kitchen during the pandemic has meant new business and return customers thanks to the ease-of-use provided by Interac e-Transfer.
September 20-27th will mark the first annual BLACK FOODIE Week; a celebration of Black food culture in Toronto.
Picnics are the new brunch — make yours one to remember with products and services from these incredible Black-owned businesses.
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of eating Ethiopian/Eritrean food, then chances are you’ve tried Teff. Teff is a grain native to Ethiopia that is […]
We all know waffles are delicious, but Texas based entrepreneur Mike Bradford found the perfect way to take waffles to a whole new level! He […]