This articles gives marketing and promotional ideas for African and Caribbean people in the diaspora looking to start a business or enter the food (popups, supperclubs and restaurant) sector. This article refers to the London market but can be applied to other cities in the UK and the markets of the US.
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
A special edition of the Southbank Centre Food Market featuring stalls including Ghanaian Street Food, (Zoe's Ghana Kitchen, Chale, Pepper and Stew) Ethiopian Coffee and Zigni Sauce and Spice (Eritrean) and East African street.
This is an annual event celebrating the best in culture, arts and crafts,
fashion and live music...
a fun filled social event...
African decorations and display stalls...
All free and in South London
The Africa Live Festival 2015 is one of the best family friendly events to take place in London.
A west African dinner and the black owned business Fairly Square Bar Cafe in Holborn, North London.
A special edition of the Southbank Centre Food Market featuring stalls including Ghanaian Street Food, (Zoe's Ghana Kitchen, Chale, Pepper and Stew) Ethiopian Coffee and Zigni Sauce and Spice (Eritrean) and East African street. Visit Africa Utopia Food
Rhythm, rum and rain at London's Notting Hill Carnival Mon Monday as thousands of people enjoy the second day of Notting Hill Carnival in west London.
Caribbean Food on the Streets
It may have been raining, but this did not deter thousands of people from attending the Notting Hill Carnival on bank holiday Monday. Jerk chicken is expected to be the best seller.
Thousands of people enjoy first day of Notting Hill Carnival in west London the family day. Main carnival parade Westbourne Park and Chepstow Road
Live music on the Streets
Following the parade of stunning dancers, musicians and brightly-colourled floats at Carnival, here are the video and pictures of children's day which featured Caribbean culture, food, music and dance
Chocolate Nation Mas float was followed by hundreds of people throwing liquid chocolate over themselves and the public as they danced through the streets.
Hesána Ltd is a youthful and exciting venture, their brand proposition is simple, introduce Africa to a new generation of consumers in an innovative and professional way. Hesána was born out of a genuine desire to showcase and promote the beauty that originates and still thrives in the living heart of Africa.
The company sells African tea (particularly Kenkeliba from Senegal) as well as other natural products such as
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