The Southbank Centre Food Market featured the following stalls in 2014 Zoe's Ghana Kitchen; Chale Let's Eat; Pepper and Stew; Ethiopian Coffee and Zigni Sauce and Spice (Eritrean). Now more African foodie entrepreneurs are entering the market. Included from Africa and the Caribbean we now have Ghanaian, Liberian, Nigerian, Sierra Leone, South African, Ethiopian and Jamaican foods.
Here are the African foodie brands at the African Street Food takeover 2016
- Love Chin Chin
- Jollof Box
- Chale Let's Eat
- Cham Cham by Nim's Din
- Tokunbo's Kitchen
- Mama's Jerk
- Shocka's Coconut Hub
- Matugga Rum
- Choco Fruit
- Miss Munchin's Cupcakes
- Zoe's Ghana Kitchen
- and more..
So attend, support with your money and then give feedback to all the African and Caribbean foodies at Africa Utopia 2016 as no celebration of Africa and it’s culture is complete without delicious African food.
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The African Food And Drink Takeover At Africa Utopia 2016
Pop Up Africa has been working hard to gatherer it's 30 stalls of authentic African cuisine representing countries from across the continent. In conjunction with the 5 day Africa Utopia festival, visitors to the 3 day Pop Up Africa’s Street Food Takeover can expect to be transported to one of the most colourful nations on earth through the aroma of sweet smelling African food.
Over 3 days come and enjoy some of the culinary talent that Africa and its diaspora have to offer.
Read Trying Ethnic Food, African and Caribbean Cuisine
Pop Up Africa supports Africa's most promising retail, food and creative entrepreneurs by providing access to sought-after space at affordable prices. One of their key objectives is to make African and Caribbean brands more accessible to a wider market whilst allowing entrepreneurs to experiment with physical retail, test the market and gain face-to-face customer feedback.
Africa Utopia Cook Off
See how some of Africa’s greatest dishes are cooked up at this interactive event.
The Clore Ballroom at Royal Festival Hall
4 September 2016, 13:00pm - 14:00pm
Southbank Centre Square (Hayward Gallery side)
Date and Time
2 September 2016, 10:00am - 4 September 2016, 18:00pm
Marketing To The World Foodie Customer
Real opportunities exist for African and Caribbean entrepreneurs, chefs and caterers all you have to do is provide an excellent service. If you can cook the following, start documenting your recipes and or start catering to homesick Africans first and second generation living in the United Kingdom and American and the world foodie customers.
- West African, Nigerian, Senegalese, Ghanaian, Gambian, Liberian, Sierra Leonean, Ivorian (Côte d'Ivoire) and Cameroonian
- South African, Kenyan, Somalian, Ethiopian, Tanzanians, Zambian, Ugandan and Sudanese
- Caribbean, Jamaican, Barbadians or Bajans, Guyana, Haitian and Cuban
- Soul Food, Cajun, and Creole
If you wish to partner up with West Africa Cooks in which we can work together on a marketing plan, please contact email@example.com
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