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After running a successful food truck, sisters and business partners Arvelisha Woods and India Pernell continue making waves with the opening of Mattie’s Foods’ brick-and-mortar restaurant.
Atlanta resident Christin “Chris” Hodge made history with the opening of Chi Chi Vegan, the city’s first brick-and-mortar vegan taqueria.
These Black plant-based bloggers, CEOs, YouTubers, and incredible chefs leave us endlessly inspired with their vibrant accounts.
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From vegan Jamaican patties to superfood drink mixes, these Black-owned brands are doing what they do best: creating vegan food while empowering their communities.
With just $27 in the cash register and zero savings, founder Tamearra Dyson has turned Oakland, CA’s Souley Vegan into one of the premier vegan soul food restaurants in the country.
After slinging vegan burgers for the likes of Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Williams, LA’s Black-owned Vurger Guyz has become a star of its own.
From cornbread casserole to candied yams, these soulful dishes should have a place at your holiday dinner table.
Formulated with clean ingredients, Black-owned vegan skincare brand JACQ’S is one of Target’s newest featured brands.
In a new docuseries, Marcus Samuelsson takes viewers on a culinary journey of Black-owned restaurants in America, including vegan burger shop Slutty Vegan.
New vegan bakery Estella’s Vegan Dessert Boutique will offer Southern classics, including pound cakes, sweet potato pie, and peach cobbler.
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The SluttyShack vegan burger features a Shake Shack veggie patty paired with Slutty Vegan’s secret sauce and will be available at select locations for a limited time to support a good cause.
Slutty Vegan is one of the first recipients of The Black Restaurant Accelerator Program, which aims to provide $10 million in support to Black restaurateurs who were disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams, who has been vegan since 2016, has won the NYC primary mayoral election.
Black-owned restaurants who commit to adding plant-based options can apply for a $20,000 grant courtesy of dairy-free cheese brand Violife and legendary vegan musician RZA.
Black-woman owned Whipped Urban Dessert Lab is donating a portion of sales from its Taste of Freedom flavor to help uplift youth impacted by the criminal justice system.
As vegans, it is our duty to support the Black community.
After experiencing the positive effects of cannabis and the accompanying food cravings, Arielle and Brandon Hawthorne wanted to make it easier to find vegan fast-food fare for other enthusiasts.
For nearly a decade, co-owners Naijha Wright-Brown and Chef Gregory Brown continue drawing hungry patrons with their fan-favorite crabless cakes In a city renowned for its seafood.
Vegan Family Reunion—the first Black-owned vegan outdoor market in San Antonio—featured more than 20 local Black-owned vendors, raffles, and auctions to help invest back into the local Black community.
After working at her mother’s plant-based restaurant growing up, world-renowned chef Makini Howell launched vegan fine-dining institution Plum Bistro.
With a $150,000 fundraising goal, Lettuce Feast owners Eva Cannon and Willie Perrymon hope to purchase a new vegan food truck or apply the funds toward a brick-and-mortar location.
After a state Senate bill in Jackson, MS outlawed the labeling of plant-based food as meat, Kim and Alkebulan Moroski set their sights on Portland, OR.
Waffle-wrapped corn dogs and next-level vegan breakfast sandwiches take center stage at San Diego’s first plant-based breakfast café.
Proud Puffs vegan cereal features chocolate-flavored empowerment fist-shaped puffs made with real cocoa, tapioca, and sweetened with monk fruit.
Despite opening two weeks before New York City’s COVID-19 closures, Black-owned Ras Plant Based is Brooklyn’s newest rising star.