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On African food, culture and the future

When it comes to Africa, food culture and marketing is transforming itself to become more accessible,
The Mojisola Report
On African food, culture and the future
By The Afropole • Issue #46 • View online
When it comes to Africa, food culture and marketing is transforming itself to become more accessible, sustainable and diversified. On the afrodiasporan front, this signifies discovery and connection . This week acknowledges this and much more! One more thing, from this month we will highlight afrodiasporan heroes who have contributed significantly to Arts, Beauty and Innovation spaces within the black community! Find out who our first Afrodiasporan hero is this month
Enjoy!

Twiga's $30m Goldman Sachs-led Series B towers over African agri-food tech like a friendly giraffe
NX-Food
Yesterday we had the honor to be part of the Jury for the German Food Startup Award. Congrats to the winner @Youpeas_fr #Airup and @kokojoo_origina ! Also to all finalist #Anuga2019 #AnugaH2050 @LMPraxis https://t.co/NQCpHaxaDY
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Interview: Sarkodie Is Going Global By Staying True to Ghana
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Even In Death, This Hip-Hop Artist’s Life Is Having A Huge Impact On Chicago’s Young Black Creatives
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