NAIROBI Black Food Festival
Black Food Festival Project came to Nairobi in cooperation with Pamellah Oduor‘s Let’s Cook Kenyan Meals Community and Mombasa Farmers' And Artisans' Market.
Our Vendors (final):
Black Samosa, Tortilla Chips, Hot Dog, Buns Funky Munch
BlackFermented Uji, Kirurio Meru
Black Vegetables and Fresh Box Africa Farmers Club
Activated Charcoal, Face mask, Black Castor Oil, Blackstrap Molasses, Propolis Suspension, Black chia seeds Eastnat FOODS Limited
Black Martini Cocktail, Black battered fried calamari, Black Mussels, Black Chicken Salad
J's Fresh Bar & Kitchen
Black Ready to Eat TOFU
Black Moringa seeds, Moringa powder, Moringa oil, Agrinutrition
Black Macaron, Black Food Festival Team
Black Coffee, Beverage ThreeSixty
Black Raspberry and other special black fruits and vegetables, Stephen Mwanzia, Fruit farm
Toto Wraps Young Mother Africa
Black Bunny Mask, Black T-shirts and jumpers by the Black Food Festival Team
Jars - Terry & Pat Interiors
Threads & Crochets
The Black Food Festival of Nairobi is concentrating on a new, modern way of cooking, and a healthy way of eating. The ‘black’ theme separates it from commonly accepted food colours. Black has a unique meaning in the food sector – it’s new, it’s strange, and it’s different from other known types of food. It is a niche of the food market. And the coloured foods, the naturally coloured fruits and vegetables, are not just decorative materials; most of them have positive health effects as well. The Black Food Festival is a newcomer into the world of food and the cooking industry. Black, purple, brown and dark blue meals are very new everywhere, all around the world.
New York, Berlin, Helsinki, Tel-Aviv, Istanbul and Budapest loved to see the new direction of food at previous successful Black Food Fesivall events. We want to hail the small artisan kitchens (food handcrafters of Kenya) as the foundation of Kenyans’ daily meals as well as handcrafted artisanal products such as jewelry, accessoriess. We want to boost this new colour to the improving Kenyan food sector through its flagship, the Let’s Cook Kenyan Meals group, and through its inventor Pamellah Oduor.