Have You Supported A Local Business Today? (Part 1)
Hi there! You know, there’s a lot of misconception surrounding local products in terms of its meeting up to International standards in terms of creativity and quality.
I am here to correct that misconception. Made in Africa products are beautiful, creative, and top quality. I’m not just saying this because I’m African. I’m saying this because I have proof. And I’ll share this proof with you.
So sit back, relax and enjoy these amazing products made in Nigeria (Africa):
a. Proudly Made-in-Nigeria Coffee
Presenting to you, tasty, rich made-in-Nigeria coffee by Happy Coffee Nigeria. Explore more here
b. Nourishing Meals for Babies
AugustSecrets is evolving to be the company from Africa, leading the cause for child nutrition with wholesome solutions. Explore more Here
c. Healthy Snacking Options
Lami Foods, the company that produces healthy snacks in a variety of flavors is proudly made-in-Nigeria too. Check out more here
d. Tasty Pap Paste
Have you ever had pap that tastes and looks like yoghurt? Ologi pap is tasty and proudly made-in-Nigeria. Explore more here
e. Dried Beans Flour
Dried Beans Flour for the win, proudly made-in-Nigeria by AdarexFoods. Explore more here
f. Dried Fruit snacks and Powders
There is barely anything this Nigerian company cannot transform into powder. The powder alternatives contain the same amount of nutrients as the normal ones, and even last longer. Limlim Dried Fruits is the name. Explore more here
g. Quality herbs and teas
Kiolar Foods is your go-to for quality spices, herbs, and teas. Need to get more? Check them out here
h. Processed powders and nuts
Wismek foods delivers nutritious, hygienically processed and packaged natural foods and foodstuff.
Their products are sourced locally and unadulterated. Find out more about Wismek foods here
Toks foods is out to promote healthy meals all over Africa through our healthy foods. With their nutritious processed flours and grains (such as cassava flour, Ofada rice, etcetera), you’re guaranteed of top quality.
j. Processed food spices
From Crayfish to Chilli pepper, and lots more, Ady’s Food Mart provides cooking, shopping and delivery services to a wide clientele across Nigeria and the world where African dishes are appreciated. Get the best of Ady’s food mart here
2. Hand Printed Fabric and Ready-to-wear pieces
Presenting to you, hand dyed fabric pieces in several patterns and colors, courtesy Asologe Fashion House. Explore more here
b. Hand Painted fabric
Look very closely at these piece. Do you know they’re handpainted? Yes, Mimiremi Textiles makes the hand painted pieces with the a variety of patterns and styles. Explore more here
Little Weavers makes beautiful ready-to-wear pieces for kids and teenagers with African Fabric. Pretty isn’t it? Explore more here
d. Custom African-Inspired pieces for the confident woman
Looking for African-Inspired pieces for the confident, African Woman? Ndjs Masterpieces has got you. Explore more here
e. Ready-to-wear pieces with hand-dyed Fabric for the confident woman
Ready-to-wear pieces for the confident woman. Courtesy of Proverbs Creations. Explore more here
f. Adire Tees
These Tees are pretty, aren’t they? Well, courtesy of Dhoney Nigeria, these oversized unisex tees are yours to keep, (and even gift that special one). Check out more beautiful Adire pieces here
g. Adire and Batik fabric
Adire by Teeny specializes in handcrafted Adire and Batik. They also produce fabric souvenirs from their products. You should check them out. You’ll love what you see!
h. Batik Fabric
The Bellafricana family has one of the best Batik fabric in Nigeria, and even beyond. That’s House of Bolt. Need some more convincing? Check them out here
Aren’t they pretty? Yes! Made-in-Africa products are here to stay! And this is just the tip of the iceberg! We will be showcasing so many products from creative Indigenous brands which also happen to be Bellafricana Members too! Bellafricana is doing her part to promote and empower these local businesses.Will you also do your part by supporting and patronizing them too?