3 local Black-owned businesses to support this Black History Month

Support these local Black-owned businesses this Black History Month!

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Every Black History Month we celebrate the great figures of Black History: Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, and countless others. While educating ourselves on the history and learning more about the struggles of the Black community is what the month is all about, it’s also about another thing – supporting Black people. With that in mind, here are some great Black-owned businesses you can support this Black History Month:

This new restaurant located at 14313 Potomac Mills Road Woodbridge, VA 22192, is serving up Nashville-style hot chicken. Their menu is full of Southern-inspired classics, including a hot chicken sandwich, hot chicken tenders, chicken and waffles, a country chicken salad, and loaded fries. To learn more about the new restaurant, visit their website at hotchiknkitchn.com.

Oh So Good Organics is a Loudoun-based company that sells organic vegan soaps, lotions, candles, bath bombs, and more. All of their products are handmade in small batches, eco-friendly, and palm/phthalate-free. To learn more, visit Oh So Good Organics’ website at ohsogoodorganics.com.

Tummy-Yum Yum Gourmet Candy Apples is a gourmet sweets business located at 9119 Church Street (West Street) Manassas, Virginia 20110. They sell a variety of candy/caramel/chocolate apples, pears, chocolate-covered strawberries, and coco bombs. To learn more or order from Tummy-Yum Yum Gourmet Candy Apples, visit their website at tummy-yumyum.com.