Meet the makers, taste their wares!

Listen to a message from Ukama Kitchen Incubator co-founder Cariema Isaacs and then read about some of our Kitchen Incubator food-trepeneurs below:

 

Help us to transform home cooks and bakers into fully fledged food entrepreneurs through our Kitchen Incubator. Our vision is to change the landscape of home baking and cooking businesses in South Africa, providing them with a commercial kitchen, business acumen, training and skills development, mentoring and coaching. It’s an opportunity for us to create jobs for unemployed women who are desperately requiring a steady income to provide for their families. We seek your support albeit through kindness and/or financial contribution to our cause. Contributions of R2000 or more will receive an exclusive range of our products and an opportunity to join us on the 1st of December 2017 for the officially opening our Kitchen Incubator. Be part of our story… Ukama Kitchen Incubator, where foodtrepreneurs are born!Email kitchen@ukama.co.za #ukamakitchenincubator #foodtrepreneurs #southafricanheritagefood #proudlyhalaal #proudlysouthafrican #ittakesavillage #preservingourheritage #entrepreneurs

Posted by Ukama on Tuesday, 14 November 2017

South African vintage treats by Elmarie and Maggie Ward

“My nooi is in ’n nartjie,
my ouma in kaneel,daar’s iemand in anys,
daar’s ’n vrou in elke geur!” – DJ Opperman
Meet our tribe, mom and daughter duo Elmarie and Maggie Ward introduces us to their range of South African vintage treats with a modern, quirky twist! These ladies can create almost anything with homegrown ingredients! (and I mean “anything”!)

We are extremely proud to have them as part of our team.

Ukama Kitchen Incubator…where food-trepreneurs are born.

Vintage Fare bakes by Fatiema and Raygana

“You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending” – C.S Lewis
Meet our tribe, Fatima Isaacs teams up with Raygana v.d Schyff to showcase traditional Cape Malay biscuits through their newly established company called “Vintage Fare”.

We are extremely proud to have them as part of our team.

Ukama Kitchen Incubator…where food-trepreneurs are born.

Homemade atchars by Koelsum and Aneeqah Emeran

“Happiness is homemade”Meet our tribe, another mom and daughter duo Koelsum and Aneeqah Emeran. Koelsum Emeran’s speciality is making homemade Atchars.

She’s passed this tradition and her recipes down to her daughter and so another legacy is left behind.

We are extremely proud to have them as part of our team.

Ukama Kitchen Incubator…where food-trepreneurs are born.

Simply Sams by Sumaya Abdullah

“Cooking with love provides food for the soul”Meet our tribe, Sumaya Abdullah our resident samoosa creator, a craft she’s perfected over the years. Her range includes traditional fillings as well as a gourmet range, and her business goes by the name of “Simply Sams”.

We are extremely proud to have her as part of our team.

Ukama Kitchen Incubator…where food-trepreneurs are born.