While Donald Trump’s support base are very busy bedeviling non-white Anglo Saxon immigrants, is the Foodhini business model the right way to make America – the country of immigrants – great again?
By Ringo Bones
Located in Washington, DC – the business model behind Foodhini seems like a poke in the eye of US President Donald J. Trump’s far-right policies and of his support base – and a very tasty poke in the eye it is. Foodhini delivers homemade meals from immigrant and refugee chefs to your doorstep. The Foodhini delivery service brings more than just “authentic ethnic meals” to the table, this culinary startup hires immigrant and refugee chefs to prepare dishes from their home countries.
In the end, everyone benefits: Customers can enjoy authentic meals, while the chefs are provided with a living wage and a chance to share a taste of home with their new country – namely the United States of America. Foodhini’s core mission is to create sustainable jobs for immigrant and refugee communities, while at the same time provide epic tastes from around the world for everyone to enjoy.
Foodhini partners with budding home-taught chefs from America’s diverse immigrant communities and celebrate their stories, heritage, and cultures through their delicious foods. You, the customer, can support these talented undiscovered chefs by preordering their specially prepared dishes delivered to your doorstep.