African Indigenous Foods

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Africa has more native foods than any other continent. Our foods hold legacies within local communities, traditions, and storytelling. The indigenous plants have fed people for many generations and several rural communities continue to thrive and live off these foods. Our wholefoods come from long lived trees that protect the land; some plants are harvested and preserved traditionally for their healing properties to people, animals, and the environment. The nutrients from native foods can boost health, strengthen immunity, and lower the chances of illnesses. At Adda Blooms, we bring you native foods that nourish your overall wellbeing so you can live healthier, stronger, and fulfilling lives. We are committed to building ethical relationships with farmers, cooperatives, and collectives that enhance food sovereignty in their communities.                


We bring you indigenous foods from the African continent that improves your health, nutrition, and overall wellbeing. Our foods have nutrients and vitamins that connect you to a way of eating that is powerful in flavor while nourishing the body. We carry the Ancestral Baobab Powder, Ancestral Tigernuts, organic natural juices with added baobab powder, and bloom bites made with dried fruits and seeds. There is a storehouse of nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants that is packed in our foods. Join us in our mission is to improve nutrition and livelihoods with African plant based foods.



Baobab is the fruit of Africa’s “Tree of Life”. It is a natural, nutrient-dense, and raw food. Baobab is a rich source of vitamin C, which contributes to enery release, immunity, and glowing healthy skin. It is a prebiotic, which aids in promoting a strong digestive system. Baobab fruit is a powerful antioxidant that protects your cells from free radicals and reduces your chances of cancer, heart disease, and other illnesses. Baobab is taken from its natural environment, and thus organic in nature. The fruit dries naturally inside the pod while on the tree. When harvested, the seeds are removed and the fruit is grounded into a powder that can be eaten as is or added to food products. 


Tigernuts are actually not nuts, they are tubers (root crops), and they get their name from the stripes on their exterior coating. Tigernuts are high in fiber, and known to reduce blood sugar spikes, lowering the risk of chronic inflammation, and improving heart health. They are gluten free, diary free, and excellent for your optimal and gut health. They have been eaten for centuries, and its a great source of protein and iron. You can eat tigernuts raw, roasted, soaked, or boiled.


We offer nutritious, filling, and delicious snacks & juices that fuel your staff, team, or event attendees. Providing food that fuels and nourishes overall wellbeing improves mindfulness, energy, and productivity. Our snacks and juices are packed with wholefoods and African indigenous foods.

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