Consumers' buying habits are shifting in response to coronavirus. More and more consumers are stockpiling food out of fear and it is more than just plain goods, such as coffee, tea, and dark chocolate. There is no reason to be 'stockpiling' or buying African food and drinks supplies in bulk. Food delivery to your home is the safest way to get food during coronavirus concern times.
The Afrikan Food Hall Live
The not-for-profit supermarket project has got off to a great start. A packed audience listened on and throughout Saturday 6th December 2014 people signed up for membership for £1. There was a discussion about food and health. Ackee and saltfish was served to eat during the event, then Sundjata rounded up the afternoon with a raffle for child victims of Ebola in Sierra Leone.
We are finally opening up the membership of the Afrikan Food Hall project to the public on Saturday 6th December 2014. 1pm Start.
Why Is The Afrikan Food Hall Needed?
African and African-Caribbean people suffer disproportionately from many diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, bowel cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, Lupus, and many other lifestyle diseases.