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African Dream Foods Brings Sauces, Salts and Seasonings into National Zoos

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Before you get any bad ideas, African Dream Foods (ADF) doesn’t want you seasoning the animals at the zoo. They want you to enjoy their products by purchasing them at the gift shop and cooking with them somewhere else. The company has expanded into 30 zoo gift shops over the past year, confirming the popularity of their product line of sauces, salts and seasonings in the zoo gift shop niche. Each sale at the zoo helps directly support African wildlife, while introducing the tastes of Africa to a US audience. Throughout 2022, ADF has also expanded into dozens of other retailers and hot sauce specialty stores around the country.

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African Dream Foods display at the Columbus Zoo Gift Shop

African Dream Foods is now carried at 30 zoos around the US, some of which are below and additional retailers can be found here.

African Dream Foods’ exciting brand of sauces, salts and spices are inspired by the culture and flavors of Africa. With company operations in Southern California, all products are produced in South Africa using all-natural ingredients. Partial proceeds from all sales contribute to conservation efforts that protect Africa’s wildlife. African Dream Foods conservation partners include Wild Shots Outreach and Paws Trails.

African Dream Foods offers 8 sauces, 3 spicy salts and a smoky seasoning. Their sauce flavors include a Bird’s Eye Chilli, Ghost Peri-Peri, Habanasco – Fermented Habanero, Sweet Dream Sauce, Southern Braai BBQ, Jalanasco – Fermented Jalapeno, Lemon & Garlic Peri-Peri and African Ghost Pepper. Salt and seasoning offerings are sold in grinders and include a Habanero, Ghost Pepper or Smoked Chipotle Salt and their unique Safari Smoke Seasoning.

Purchase products from African Dream Foods today on Amazon, Walmart their official web store or in select retail locations including the above mentioned zoos.

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Managing Editor | Mark is a freelance journalist based out of Los Angeles. He’s our Do-It-Yourself specialist, and happily agrees to try pretty much every twisted project we come up with.

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