Vegan AF Ventures

Our goal is to support 10+ businesses in 2022.
Join us to invest in our network. Support the eco-entrepreneurs building the vegan future of Africa.

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We invested in Kenya's first vegan restaurant and helped them shift to value-added food processing. 

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Vegan Basket - Kilifi, Kenya

We have identified 300+ African vegan businesses seeking to expand. Here are just a few in our network.

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Eden Vegan Foods
Lusaka, Zambia

Eden Vegan Foods is run by Florence Hanampota, and is Zambia's premiere producer of vegan meatballs and sausages, who also produce vegan burgers, seeking to scale production with access to machinery. You can learn more about Eden Vegan Foods here

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African Vegan on a Budget
Harare, Zimbabwe

African Vegan on a Budget raises awareness of veganism through vegan meals in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Currently, Chef Cola runs several kitchens and is launching a cookbook. You can read our feature here and follow them here.

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Isalachi Grains
Lagos, Nigeria

Isalachi Grains seeks to provide plant-based gluten-free grain options to the African market through regenerative farming practices. Read more about their vision here

Veggie Victory
Lagos, Nigeria

Veggie Victory is Nigeria's first plant-based food-tech business, known across the continent for V Chunks, a meat substitute served throughout restaurants. They also run the VCafe in Lagos. You can learn more about Veggie Victory on their website here

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Tamu by Jane
Cape Town, South Africa

Tamu by Jane is a vegan food brand specializing in cooking demos and classes as well as food delivery and catering. You can learn more about Tamu by Jane here

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To support the Vegan Africa Fund as an investor or LP, visit our invest page.

To join the network as a vegan business, share some more information through our apply page.