Did you know that the average revenue gap between Black women-owned businesses and all women-owned businesses is the greatest of any minority?
Yep, that’s right. Even though they represent the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the U.S., the State of Women Owned Businesses Report revealed that Black women-owned companies earned an average revenue of just $24,000 per firm vs. $142,900 among all women-owned businesses—thanks to racial and gender bias. But what can we do to help close this gap?
Allow us to introduce the Black women entrepreneurs who are making serious moves in the food industry. From savory Caribbean spices and West African soups to climate-friendly crackers, these tasty products are sure to spice up your kitchen pantry.