As we continue to celebrate Black excellence, we’re spotlighting some standout Black-run food and beverage industry businesses. Let’s dig into some tasty and innovative brands to support!
Beans are a soulful, hearty protein standby. The diverse flavor options of this brand are inspired by authentic, family-based dishes.
Coffee and tea sold with 5% of profits donated to initiatives focused on sustaining youth programming, enhancing workforce development, and eradicating youth homelessness.
Get a taste of African-inspired cuisine, delivered to your door. These frozen ready-to-eat meals and snacks are allergy friendly, and boast bold flavors made from clean ingredients.
Get your snack on with heirloom popcorn, chips and crackers. What makes heirloom corn so special? It tastes better, offers more nutrition than commercially grown corn, and it’s more environmentally sustainable!
It’s a tall order to find a gluten free, vegan, and allergy friendly dessert that actually tastes good. An on-the-go mom whose daughter has several food allergies set out to create her own simple and tasty snacks that can satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth.
If you’re looking for a superfood fix, check out these wellness drink powders. Golde uses ingredients like matcha, turmeric and cacao to make superfood-boosted vegan and keto friendly daily drinks.
Teff is a lesser-known gluten free African ancient grain. With a host of nutritional benefits, and it just might be your new favorite alternative flour.
The gut microbiome is something that’s been proven to affect the entire body. Muniq offers nutritional shakes that promote gut health, and personalized plans to help reach your goals.
Applesauce isn’t just for kids! It’s a healthy, plant-based snack that can satisfy a sweet tooth, and Sanaia integrates adventurous flavors like lavender-pear, ginger and tamarind.
Founded by the owner of the food tech software Journey Foods, Journey Bites are functional, and nutrient-dense snacks made from 100% fruit purées. These small “micro food” cubes are a handy and nutritious on-the-go snacking option.
This company stands out in the sea of protein powder brands, as their supplements are plant-based and designed with people of color in mind.
California wines powered by Black girl magic! The sisters behind this brand sell a collection of wines, and founded a professional development fund called She Can.
After seeing loved ones suffer from afflictions linked to poor diet and overconsumption of animal meat products, the founder of Better Chew was driven to create plant-based proteins that satisfy.