Florida's Newest Black-Owned Plant-Based Eatery Owned By 3 Young Sisters
Photo Credit: Bourne Brilliant| Facebook

Photo Credit: Bourne Brilliant| Facebook

Florida's Newest Black-Owned Plant-Based Eatery Owned By 3 Young Sisters

black owned business , tallahassee
Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Apr 13, 2021

Lyrica, Zaira, and Nadira, ages 13, 12, and 9 are sisters and kidpreneurs. They are the CEO and founders of Bourne Brilliant, a plant-based eatery in Tallahassee, Florida serving up baked goods, fresh fruit juices, and preserves.

In 2013, Lyrica, the oldest of the three, started a bread ministry at the age of 6. She would bake bread and other goodies to distribute around and outside of their community. That’s what started their business. 

They handcraft plant-based baked goods, beverages and other foods, and it’s all their own recipes.

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“We are multi-award-winning culinary creatives whose goals include promoting healthier eating habits to families, and we’d love to see more kids participating more in the kitchen,” said the sisters.  “We have a passion for encouraging youth to find and create their own business enterprise, as well.”

2021 will mark their eight-year anniversary in the business. The girls are not taking orders as of now on their website as it’s being reworked on but, they have a line of natural cold-pressed and plant-base tonics on store shelves throughout Florida. Upon relaunching next month, they are aiming to donate $500 worth of their vegan meals.

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You can find more information about Bourne Brilliant here.