Food24Bytes: Hannerie Visser on the future of food and the FOOD XX movement
(image: Retha Ferguson)
FOOD XX (pronounced: /fu?d eks eks/) is a platform and movement that delivers life-changing and empowering content for womxn by womxn in the food and drinks industry in South Africa. It is the brain child of the all-womxn food design agency, Studio H, that is known for food design projects such as S/Zout, a project on water scarcity and agriculture, Chips!, the independent digital food magazine and the Street Food Festival that drives economic empowerment and food entrepreneurship around the country.
"FOOD XX is a reaction to the massive women empowerment movement that's happening all over the world," says food designer and founder of Studio H, Hannerie Visser. "We live in a world that is completely dominated by males still and that needs to change. The whole idea about FOOD XX is that we talk about these things and that we find solutions together."
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Introducing Julie Nxadi, a masters fellow at the Center for Humanities Research at UWC, completing her degree with the English Literature department in the Creative Writing program. She is currently writing a collection of stories and some of her works of fiction and creative non-fiction have been published on platforms such as The Johannesburg Review of Books, The Huffington Post, The Mail & Guardian, Ja. Magazine, Chips Online. Nxadi will be reading her works at the FOOD XX symposium on the 12th February 2019. Link in bio for tickets to the symposium. #FOODXX #womxninfood