Our first box is filled with handmade products from Kenya. We’ve partnered with companies that empower people to rise above poverty and become hungerfree for a lifetime. Inside is a hand printed tea towel, spoons, pinch bowls, recipes cards, and a recipe pouch, all chosen so you can create an experience around cooking. And finally, our exclusive HungerFree Quarterly magazine with stories about food, community and impact.
This hand screen printed tea towel by Mango Patch is made by women in Molo, Kenya. Perfect for little spills and a stand out design in your kitchen!
This exclusive publication is packed with stories from HungerFree partners about food, community and impact to inspire and educate you.
This canvas pouch is made by Ubuntu artisans in Maai Mahiu, Kenya. It’s perfect for keeping recipe cards or any small trinkets in need of a home.
These recipes are developed by Chef and Photographer Dennis the Prescott, with the hope of that you’ll invite your friends to create food with you!
Need a dash of something? These little spoons can help. Made by artisans of Banana Box in Nairobi, they’ are made of polished Kenyan Cow Bone.
Your salt and pepper are easy to access with these soapstone pinch dishes. Each one is handpainted by Banana Box artisans.
Each of the four boxes is filled with unique handmade products from Kenya. Every season you’ll receive different handmade artisan products, from tea towels to salad spoons. Each box will build off the others so you can continue to create and grow an experience around cooking. Collect every edition of our exclusive HungerFree Quarterly magazine with stories about food, community and impact.
Sometimes we have leftovers, and those are great for sharing. Purchase past boxes here!