February is usually a month to celebrate Black History it could as well be celebrated in October this vary depending on the part of the world you live in. It is a time to celebrate, highlight, promote and create more awareness of the Black culture and heritage that includes — every African including the African in diaspora and African-American.
“we want to continue to highlight and honor Black culture.” Yolélé foods stated. Yolélé’ foods, however, believes “Black culture is not a monolith – we want to show how beautiful, rich, and unique Black culture is and how Black people across the diaspora are connected.”
Dine Diaspora, on the other hand, is challenging people of the Black descents to support Black businesses. In three steps Dine Diaspora stated how to:
1. Buy from Black-owned food business.
2. Recommend a Black-owned food business on social media or IRL.
3. Leave a positive online review for a Black-owned food business.
Hence, since the mission is to celebrate and promote Black heritage which doesn’t exclude; Black farmers, chefs, and food professionals in the food industry. However, this shouldn’t be limited to the month of February/October but should be done on a daily.