Consumers' buying habits are shifting in response to coronavirus. More and more consumers are stockpiling food out of fear and it is more than just plain goods, such as coffee, tea, and dark chocolate. There is no reason to be 'stockpiling' or buying African food and drinks supplies in bulk. Food delivery to your home is the safest way to get food during coronavirus concern times.
What Is Cosmetic Surgery?
Cosmetic surgery is the changing of ones appearance by a surgeon who is an expert in the organs of the body such as the *skin, muscle and bone using medical reconstruction so as to improve the appearance of the person having the procedure performed on them. Medical reconstruction is a serious procedure to put your self through; nevertheless there are pros and cons to cosmetic surgery.
So what are these pros and cons to cosmetic surgery?
Fast food shops are everywhere in the less affluent areas of the United Kingdom's towns and cities targeting young adults. Therefore people are asking the quesion is fast food the main cause of obesity?
Inclusion and diversity to be celebrated at new cookery school set to launch in Eastbourne.
TV chef, cookery writer and Eastbourne Local, Lerato Umah-Shaylor is launching a cookery school in Eastbourne.
Breakthrough Snack Launches to Tackle Vitamin D Deficiency among the UK’s Multi-Ethnic population.
Red Orchard is a breakthrough product in food technology delivering 100% vitamin D* in the form of a tasty snack. Until now most Vitamin D supplements have only been available in pills, powders, drops, sprays and tablets.
This article is about my visit to Cape Coast, Kakum park forest and the stingless bees centre in Abrafo, Ghana, West Africa spring 2017.
Ask yourself at the end of the year 2015 what did you do to promote Africa? Your heritage, culture and spirit. What did you do?
As an activist this means you have to support or actively encourage and advance African issues. So again ask yourself the question?
This September sees the not-for-profit supermarket project on the road again in south London to recruit more new members.
The Afrikan Food Hall will be holding an open membership day in Brixton where people can sign up to the new African and Caribbean fresh food store where they will save up to 30 per cent on their shopping when the store opens. Come to our free open membership day for the Afrikan food hall on Sat September 26 Brixton Library in London. Events start at 2 pm ends 7 pm.
Come to our free open membership days for the Afrikan food hall on Sat April 11 Clapham Library, Sun April 12 Brixton Library and Sat April 18 Streatham Library in London. All events start at 2 pm to 7 pm.
Food Basket For The Community
The plan is to sell the most popular food bought by members of the Afrikan Food Hall. Afrikan Food Hall membership is just £1. If you are serious about being part of the change needed in our community then these days have been set up for YOU.
The Afrikan Food Hall Live
The not-for-profit supermarket project has got off to a great start. A packed audience listened on and throughout Saturday 6th December 2014 people signed up for membership for £1. There was a discussion about food and health. Ackee and saltfish was served to eat during the event, then Sundjata rounded up the afternoon with a raffle for child victims of Ebola in Sierra Leone.