Ways to Support Black-Owned Businesses: Food & Drink

Posted on Jul 20 2020 Posted in  Merchant Spotlight
Ways to Support Black-Owned Businesses: Food & Drink

In part two of our Black-Owned Businesses series, we’ve chosen to focus on food and drink labels founded by Black entrepreneurs. Below is a detailed list of brands that can be bought at TopCashback retailers, so shop and save on your purchases today!

Food

 

Partake Cookies

Partake Cookies are the snack to grab when you’ve got the munchies. Founder Denise Woodard has made them allergy-friendly and delicious, so the whole family can be happy. Free of nuts, eggs, dairy, soy and more, these cookies are now sold at places like Instacart. But don’t wait; get your box and cash back right away!

 

Pipcorn

Another snack-a-licious treat, Pipcorn’s secret ingredient is heirloom seeds – which deliver nutrition and taste straight to your mouth. Pipcorn products include cheese balls, corn dippers, crackers and, no surprise, popcorn. Snag the kettle bag (and other flavors) at Fresh Direct and score 6% cash back.

 

Iya Foods

From flours and baking mixes to spices and seasonings, Iya Foods has just what you need to cook up homemade meals, day in and day out. The eco-friendly brand can be spotted on eBay, like its Jollof Rice pilaf seasoning pictured here.

 

Glory Foods

Seasoned, southern-style vegetables in a can. That’s what co-founder Bill Williams created with Glory Foods. Once you sink your teeth into its assortment of tasty greens, there’s no going back. Dollar General carries the Glory Foods line and offers 4% cash back.

 

TeaSquares

Leave the coffee, take the TeaSquares! These tea-infused focus bites promise all-day energy, without the excessive sugar and unnecessary protein found in other products. Better yet, they’re currently 15% off at Vitacost.com.

Drinks

 

Golde

This Black-owned brand is on a mission to make you look and feel good. Its superfood latte blends all contain turmeric, which naturally boosts the immune system. Buy it on Goop for $29 and make 8% cash back on your purchase.

 

Uncle Nearest Whiskey

Crowned the ‘World’s Best’ whiskey by Whisky Magazine, Uncle Nearest 1856 should be a fixture in your liquor cabinet. Add it to your cart on Drizly.com and drink up! Responsibly, of course.

 

Maison Noir Wine

Sommelier André Hueston Mack has taken the wine scene by storm with his unique and impressive line of garage wines. Enjoy his Other People’s Pinor Noir (O.P.P.) safely and earn 5% cash back at Wine.com.

 

VeganSmart

Stay lean and fit with VeganSmart’s all-in-one nutritional shakes. They offer a complete balance to your diet, thanks to its 22 vitamins and minerals and fiber and omega blend. They even feature five non-GMO plant-based proteins and nine healthy fruits and vegetables to support overall wellness. Need we say more? Order yours today at iHerb; you won’t regret it.

 

Editor's Note: Promos were correct at time of publication.

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Comments
mmegg053Jul 22 20 - 02:36I agree with Member128143303218! Thank you, Topcashback, for using your platform to highlight and encourage social justice, inclusivity, and success of smaller brands that may not have been noticed otherwise. I appreciate that you care about success of the businesses and products you support, including the black brands, rather than pushing a for-profit agenda like so many other companies out there.
Hi There,

We truly do appreciate your feedback and support. Together we can all make this world a better place day by day.

Best Wishes,

Dominique
Member128143303218Jul 21 20 - 12:04Thank you for this great list! Ignore the racist haters. You're doing great and we appreciate your response.
Hi There,

We're so glad you love the list, we do too! :)

Best Wishes,

Dominique
Cbear1214Jul 21 20 - 10:49That is ridiculous to post pro black business. Sorry I don’T see color when it comes to people or products. If it’S good it’S worthy of my attention,time,and money. And if it’S not it’S not. Defining these products as “Black” Makes it racially biased.
Hi There,

I'm very sorry you feel this way or find this post to be offensive. TopCashback stands in line with the Black Lives Matter movement, and in our efforts to support this movement, we have decided to highlight some really great black owened businesses by promoting some of their products that can be bought through our portal. We're not defining products as "black" as anybody can purchase these items, again we are just simply highlighting that they are black owned businesses so that people who would like to support the cause can easily do so by shopping through the TopCashback portal.

Best Wishes,

Dominique