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Raphael Wright Awarded $85K Grant To Bring Community-Owned Grocery Store To Detroit's East Side

Raphael Wright is taking major strides by establishing a Black-owned, community-owned grocery store in his neighborhood.

Feb 8, 2023

After Their Houston Neighborhood Became A Food Desert, These Black Farmers Opened A Grocery Store

Attention Houston, TX: A new Black-owned grocery store is in town!

Nov 28, 2022

28-Year-Old Donta Rose Opened A $5M Grocery Outlet In His Old North Philadelphia Neighborhood

“Why work for other establishments when you can build your own?” is the question this young business owner answered for himself. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sharswood Grocery Outlet (@sharswoodgroceryoutlet)

Aug 1, 2022

Black-Owned Grocery Chain Vegan Fine Foods Aims to Expand to Every Major City by 2024

A new vegan grocery store is coming to a city near you! According to Black Business, Vegan Fine Foods is not only an all-vegan grocery store, but it’s Black-owned and located in Fort Lauderdale, FL with intentions of opening locations in major cities across the United States by 2024. “I spent years living in food deserts with little to no accessibility to nutrient-dense foods and I see how damaging that can be for underserved communities,” Vegan Fine Foods founder Steven Smith told VegNews. It was this very experience that encouraged him to launch the vegan company in 2016 just after his departure from an engineering career at PepsiCo. and Proctor & Gamble. Today he aims to provide a one-stop-shop for all things vegan and plant-based, expanding his grocery chain by opening both company-owned locations and franchises. Black Business reports after raising over $1.4 million in 2019 for developments, new equipment, and the implementation of a new point-of-sale and inventory management...

Jan 25, 2021