Founded in 2020, Eat N' Talk Africa sprang from the realization that there is a lack of representation for African culinary heritage in the food and beverage industry. Our organization's purpose is to improve the racial and social relationship between local communities within the US by creating forums for education and intercultural exchanges on African culinary heritage to spark meaningful conversations about diversity and build equitable, and sustainable communities
Fostering connections and solving social issues within our community through education and promotion of African Culinary Heritage
To live in an equitable community that values and celebrates the diverse cultures within it
Our focus will be to shed light on the rich and diverse African culinary heritage and build awareness around the lack of diversity in menu offerings within the hospitality industry.
We will be an active partner for African diaspora hospitality businesses that seek to bridge the food gap between modern techniques and African cuisines. We believe that the African cuisines represent an untapped niche market that will create sustainable economic growth in our diverse communities.
To build a proactive partnership with all levels of government, the US hospitality industry, and community organizations to create forums for the growth of the African diaspora food and beverage businesses.
Education: We believe that education is the pillar for healthy conversation and building strong and equitable communities.
Diversity: We will strive to work with hospitality partners to offer more inclusive and diverse products and services.
Partnership: We will work with local and regional organizations to promote a constructive and successful business open to all.
Service: We are committed to serving our communities above everything else.
A voice for Change: We are committed to advocating for underrepresented communities and striving for equity and positive social change within the hospitality business and throughout our city.
Determination: We are committed to being one of the trailblazers who strive to change the narrative regarding Africa's cultures and cuisines.