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Our site is configured to provide you with a secure mobile shopping experience as you browse through hundreds of product items and pay for them using your favorite payment method. You get product pictures, names, brands, descriptions and more when you use our search engine to search for items or browse through our catalogs. Your checkout and payment process has been simplified to make your mobile experience breeze


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Store Owners can:

  • - Create a profile which will be displayed on product page
  • - See which items have been ordered in a defined period of time
  • - View and update shipping information using a unique tracking code and shipping status per each order
  • - Ability for suppliers to manage shipping methods and costs
  • - Show dashboard with the products upload and management features
  • - Can view and manage their products from the frontend
  • - Add, Change and Manage products
  • - Visit our store owner page to see all the benefits we offer. read more

"Delivering opportunity to Africans and Caribbeans in the US and Canada to buy and sell ethnic products online"

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Thursday, February 16, 2017 10:47:13 AM America/New_York

As an operations manager for African Caribbean Traders, I get a lot of calls from people who are thinking about creating a food product or who have already done so but need ideas on how to go about designing a label. Initially, I felt these questions were unnecessary because they appeared common place. Every food product in a package that is sold on usually has four of these essential elements on the package or label. This is done to comply with existing law. If you happen to walk into the nearest neighborhood grocery chain to your home, you would also find these four essential elements on all food packages.  So why would anyone want to consult with me about product label design?


Taking Packaging Seriously

I soon found out that people naturally don’t pay attention to the information found on a package when they shop unless something about the package catches their attention.

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Become a Seller on

Tuesday, November 3, 2015 12:52:42 AM America/New_York


If you are an African or Caribbean store owner located anywhere in the United States of America and you would like to sell your products on Please contact us immediately at 888-280-2028 or send an email to

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0 Comments | Posted in News By Dec Africarib

Why do Ethiopians and Eritreans call bread Enjera?

Monday, October 19, 2015 2:12:13 AM America/New_York

If you are an African or Caribbean living in the United States you would likely have asked this question before. Off course a more popular question that gets asked is, “what is Enjera?” I am neither Ethiopian nor Eritrean but here is what I can safely tell you without getting into trouble. Enjera is also called Injera. It is also referred to as a bread by Ethiopians and

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Comments | Posted in Products By Dec Africarib

So how did Africans and Caribbeans suddenly gain access to a stable supply of yam tubers to their kitchen counters on a daily basis all across the United States? I mean it is hard enough to import foods into the United States not to talk of containers full of perishables from Africa. You may not have thought about it but the yams you now see on and those purchased off the grocery store shelves in western countries today are a direct product of research and study. In some way acknowledging this fact would help prepare your mind for this article. You wouldn’t necessarily think that the simple looking yam you just chopped up on your kitchen counter and roasted for dinner a few days ago is such a hot subject of academic interest. If you are like me, you probably would be wondering why. Well I am about to share with you three unsurprising reasons why yam tubers are on almost every African or Caribbean grocery store shelve in the US.

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Read Titilayo's Touching Story

Monday, September 21, 2015 6:03:25 PM America/New_York

Titilayo's story is a good reminder why we need to know the locations of the closest African or Caribbean stores to our homes. It is why we decided build a list of every African and Caribbean store in the US and Canada that we hope to publish freely on our website. We realize that this would be an impossible task unless everyone in the African and Caribbean communities joined in building the list. Please help us by providing the Name and Address of the nearest AFRICAN OR CARIBBEAN STORE to you. We would greatly appreciate this.Read More
Comments | Posted in Other By Dec Africarib

Why give so much to College Students?

Monday, September 21, 2015 5:47:07 PM America/New_York

One of the most interesting inspirations for the creation of came when Milda’s two daughters had to leave for college and eating their favorite Ghanaian dishes became a problem. One of the girls left for Princeton University in New Jersey, while the other left for Georgetown University in Washington DC. Milda had raised them up in Bucklake, the Northeast quadrant of Tallahassee. As a family they had traveled the country and even visited their ancestral home country of Ghana. The kids had never leaved anywhere else outside of Florida. They had grown to love and eat Banku/Etew, Kenkey/Dokonu, Dzidzii, Akplidzii, Yakeyake, Eto, Akyeke, etc. They even helped Mum cook some of the dishes at home as teenagers but college life would now create a huge wedge between the pursuit of academic and eating their favorite foods.Read More
Comments | Posted in Products By Dec Africarib

Susan's Story

Monday, September 21, 2015 5:33:16 PM America/New_York

We hope that by publishing this story it would be very benefitial to the community. Please read!

My name is Susan Smith. Many years ago I was married to a Nigerian friend soon after we left college. He loved to cook his native dishes and would barely eat out, even when we were students at Emory University. I enjoyed his Egusi dish and it tasted so good when mixed up with white boiled rice. It was his favorite. He would add interesting dried vegetables and spices along with different kinds of meat and fish parts to the dish. When we left college, we both moved to my hometown, Cookeville, Tennessee, got married and settled down to work.

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