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Kombucha for the Culture: One woman’s quest to tackle wellness within the black community one probio

Photo credit: Milan Founder of Cultured Kombucha Milan, Founder of Cultured Kombucha, entered into the Kombucha brewing business for one reason: Address a wellness problem within the black community. Prior to launching Cultured Kombucha, Milan set out to learn as much as possible about whom she was serving and how best the brand can go about doing so. In conducting research, Milan learned the following about her target market: African American and minority communities are plagued with diet-exacerbated health issues while the shelves remain saturated with sugar-sweetened beverages. Did you know? Over one third of black American men aged 20 and over are obese Over half of black women in the U.

19 Juice Brands to “get juiced” over

Have you fallen into the “juice craze”? We’ve all heard of the benefits of “juicing” from detoxing your body, to increasing metabolism which aids in weight loss. Fruits and vegetables are good for your body and has many nutritional benefits. Juicing is a great alternative for those who do not eat their fruits and vegetables often, but would rather opt for a flavorful drink instead. The market? With the growing demand for nutritional products, consumer’s lifestyle changing habits, the cold-pressed juice market went from $4.3 Billion in 2017 and is set to increase to $8.1 billion by 2024. We found 19 black owned Juice Companies who curate their own cold-pressed juice lines that helps promote c

The Rasheed family aims to take over the disposable diaper industry

Co-Founders Maryam Rasheed and her husband Abdullah Rasheed recently launched Umi’s Diapers, a disposable 3D leak guard diaper brand, clad in cultural Sankofa prints. The diapers are made with breathable technology, which is great for helping “active babies” stay cool. Umi’s Diapers are both chemical and fragrance free. None of their products are tested on animals. Yay! Maryam and Abdullah couldn’t have chosen a better time to enter into the diaper market. The disposable diapers market generated $84.7 Billion dollars worldwide from 2014 to 2019 . Europe was the largest diaper market with over 50% of diaper sales globally in 2017 alone. Photo credit: Maryam and Abdullah Rasheed While Proctor

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