With GMO-based ingredients present in meals in so many fast-foods and restaurants fueling the causes of obesity in Ghana, founder Kwame Bekoe together with female entrepreneur and business partner Ruth Akrong took the initiative to respond to the needs of foodie customers who are picky about what goes into their bodies.
In December last year, they co-launched N8tive to provide a healthy alternative to Ghanaian consumers.
Watch the video from N8TIVE's 1-year-anniversary gathering:
Located inside a modest refurbished box on 49 Kofi Annan Street in Accra, the organic food and beverage bar spot, which is also an official distributor of OTI Fonio grain, is a gem for fashion designers, runway models, painters and spoken word artists to display their works.
Whilst the cost of eating out has been on the rise in the country in the past few years with main course menu items ranging from 40 to 65 GHS, N8TIVE remains among the list of affordable restaurants in Ghana where a budget of 30 Ghana Cedis only (6 USD) can get you full, in a comfortable atmosphere within four artsy walls.
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