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Jan 18, 2021

20 Black Owned Businesses to Support Today and Everyday

There has never been a better time to support new businesses. Right now, businesses across the country are facing numerous obstacles and challenges. Finding new places to show support could make all the difference. Black-owned businesses are a great place to start in the journey to find undiscovered gems. Supporting a business means also supporting those that are behind it. Everyone can benefit from helping others. Across a variety of industries, black-owned businesses are taking the world by storm with products and services that any consumer will value. From wellness to weddings to food and even jewelry, there is something for everyone.

We all know a new year means using all of the wellness and wedding tips we can get…then maybe some recipes to keep the soul healthy as well. Who’s up for a Zoom dinner party? We know we are. And it seems like new earrings could never a bad idea. Maybe a necklace too. These businesses will answer the call for a variety of products and services you’re searching for. We have put together a list of some of these great options to explore! Since we cannot get enough of them, it only seems fair to share. Each business provided has sources online that allow consumers to support from the comfort of their own home. It has never been easier to get your hands on some new essentials. All you have to do is click! Here are 20 black-owned businesses to support today and everyday as we take on 2021 together.  

Image via @blkandgrn 


Pholk Beauty  @pholkbeauty
HBFit  @hbfit
Balanced Black Girl   @balancedblackgirlpodcast
Tiffany Ima @tiffanyima
BLK + GRN   @blkandgrn 

Image via @bubblesandbrewsca

Wedding Businesses  

Black Bride @blackbride1998
Mallory with the Flowers @mallorywiththeflowers
Bubbles and Brews  @bubblesandbrewsca
Rogue & Fox Floral Co.  @rogueandfox
Elle Danielle Photography  @elledanielle 

Image via @fitsoulkitchen  


Nancy’s Fit Soul Kitchen @fitsoulkitchen
The Kitchenista @thekitchenista
Black Foodie  @blackfood.co
Marisa Moore, MBA. RDN.  @marisamoore
Sweet Potato Soul  @sweetpotatosoul  

Image via @shopwellthy 


 Wellthy  @shopwellthy
Third Crown  @thirdcrown
Stella & Haas  @stellaandhaas
My Swanky Designs  @myswankydesigns
Humans Before Handles  @humansbeforehandles 

Image via @myswankydesigns

With 20 new black-owned businesses to check out there is no shortage of what could be discovered. Embracing new opportunities and finds is the perfect way to start 2021 on the right page. You could even find your new favorite products and services…we know this list has already given us some!

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