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Celebrating black-owned businesses: Chocofruit | City Pantry

We're shining a spotlight on some brilliant black-owned food businesses this October. Next up is David, owner of Chocofruit!

Chocofruit is a street food and events business specialising in delicious sweet treats, owned by David Kah. We caught up with David to find out more about Chocofruit, how the business has adapted over the past few months, and the importance of learning about black history.

What inspired you to open a food business?

I have always loved retail and selling things, from a young age. I have always dreamed of owning my own business and creating an environment that I would like to work in and be part of. An environment of positive, empowerment and creating great products and raving fans.

21st October 2020 • 5 min read • meet-the-vendor Continue Reading
Celebrating black-owned businesses: Treats Club | City Pantry

It's Black History Month and we're celebrating some amazing black-owned food businesses. This week we caught up with Lungile from Treats Club.

12th October 2020 • 5 min read • meet-the-vendor
Celebrating black-owned businesses: Mama's Jerk | City Pantry

This October, we're celebrating some incredible black-owned food businesses, and to start things off we caught up with Adrian from Mama's Jerk.

5th October 2020 • 5 min read • meet-the-vendor
Meet the vendor: Wasabi | City Pantry

We've recently partnered with Wasabi to bring your colleagues delicious office lunches. We caught up with the Wasabi team to find out what's been going on behind the scenes.

24th September 2020 • 5 min read • meet-the-vendor
Q&A with Bad Brownie: postal treats, corporate orders, and thoughts on the future

Paz from Bad Brownie sheds light on the impact of lockdown and how the business has pivoted in order to cater to the 'new normal'.

25th August 2020 • 5 min read • meet-the-vendor
Q&A with Country City Catering: lockdown, hampers, and predictions for the future

We spoke with Kate Hole from Country City Catering about how the business pivoted during lockdown and what might be in store for the future.

18th August 2020 • 5 min read • meet-the-vendor