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The Mobile Good Food Market Brings Fresh Produce To Low-Income Neighborhoods

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Urban areas are difficult for someone who wants to maintain a fresh diet. The main reason is money: fresh vegetables and fruits are expensive, because the produce has to be shipped and you end up paying for the delivery cost more than for the quality of the product itself. With the Mobile Good Food Market,…

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12 Black Owned Restaurants in Florida

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When next you’re in town, check out these Black owned restaurants in Florida. Even if you don’t live there, spread the word to those that do. Let’s give these businesses our businesses. Also, leave a comment with any others you feel should be on the list! Black Owned Restaurants in Florida Chef Creole Swirl Wine…

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Fast Food Millionaire Ulysses Bridgeman could strike deal to buy Sports Illustrated

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There is buzz that former NBA star Ulysses “Junior” Bridgeman is closing in on a deal to buy Sports Illustrated from Meredith. If a deal comes to pass, Bridgeman will have beaten out a group headed by Joshua Pollack that includes Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert, motivational speaker Tony Robbins and Hollywood producer Peter Guber, who is…

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‘White People Food’ Is Creating An Unattainable Picture Of Health

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Tanisha Gordon doesn’t see what white people love so much about cottage cheese. Or salads, especially when they’re topped with fussy ingredients like candied almonds, pickled carrots or Brussels slaw. Gordon is a 37-year-old employee at an IT company in the Washington, D.C. area, and until recently, her diet was deeply saturated with fast food…

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Black Farmers Were Intentionally Sold Fake Seeds

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Black farmers are taking legal action after they say a seed company purposely sold them bad soy beans. The farmers think it’s racially motivated and an attempt to push black farmers out of business and out of the industry all together. “They were effectively duped,” said Thomas Burrell, president of the Black Farmers and Agriculturists Association. The association…

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23 Black Chefs You Should Know About

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Although the number of Black chefs is increasing, there’s still plenty of progress to be made in terms of representation in the culinary industry. We’d like to take a moment to shout out some chefs who are doing their thing nationally and internationally, paving the way for the next generation of culinary masters. Black Chefs…

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15 Black Owned Restaurants in Chicago

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The Windy City has always been able to hold its own against the best food cities in the country. We’ve listed a few of the Black Owned Restaurants in Chicago that make the city special. Black Owned Restaurants in Chicago Peach’s is a comfy American eatery with biscuits & other Southern staples for breakfast & lunch.…

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16 Black Owned Restaurants in New Orleans

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New Orleans is known for everything from the food and music to the rich history and cultural traditions. Because of this we’ve decided to shine a spotlight on some black owned restaurants in New Orleans. Black Owned Restaurants in New Orleans Dooky Chase Restaurant opened its doors for business in 1941. Here, legendary Creole chef Leah…

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Detroit Based Ellis Island Tea Now Sold Across the Country

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Ellis Island Tea specializes in producing all natural ready to drink beverages in the company’s own state-of-the-art beverage production and co-packing facility located in Detroit. Because taking a local brand national is no small task, we wanted to find out more about the founder and CEO, Nailah Ellis-Brown and her brand made from a 100…

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Black Owned Nutritional Supplements Company Vows To Help Black Communities Live Healthier

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Naturade is a manufacturer and marketer of nutritional supplements.  The company was originally founded in 1926, and was acquired by Kareem Cook and Claude Tellis in 2012. The duo first meet in college at Duke University and later reconnected after attending business school. They made the move to California together and began spreading healthy ideas…

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