The diving rate of culinary enthusiasts into the Nigerian Culinary Industry is drastically increasing which for me is a great symbol of development and a plus to the industry, here is an introduction article from the founder of CHEFS MARKET,

Alexander Adegboye where he introduced newly opened online retail culinary supply store to Nigerian Chefs.

What makes up an African kitchen is not just racks of African ingredients on the kitchen walls but also indigenously made utensils. Chefs Market is an online store designed to help local utensils, tools, and equipment manufacturers showcase their products to chefs across the nation. The production of almost every utensils used by chefs are works of blacksmith, metal workers and wood carvers to mention a few. I thought of how to make Nigerian Blacksmiths produce most of what we chefs use but I realized I’ll also be needing a market to sell them after production to the right audience until they become widely accepted in the general market. I’ve seen creative write ups about chefs on t shirts, and I know many Professional and renowned chefs in Nigeria will later write cookery/recipe books to mention a few of what our chefs has got to offer the world. All these amongst others are what I thought of which made me conclude that it’s going to be nice having a personalized market that will focus on the sales of everything made for, made by chefs.

Some of our mission is to create a generation of stress free chefs by limiting their constant apperance at the crowdy market, reduce the crowd in the Market square, create a good relationship between manufacturers and consumers.
For more information about ChefsMarket.

Kindly visit our About page beneath our website
Follow us on our social media platforms
Twitter: @chefsmarketng



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