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In early 2017, Javeri Kadri moved back to Mumbai—with a pressing curiosity about the spice-supply chain, and a bit of heartbreak. “I had just come out,” she says. “I was sad. I had been broken up with, and I moved home figuring I should research who was supplying all the turmeric for the turmeric trend.” Having taken up photography at 15, she envisioned her research as photojournalism. “I was thinking maybe I would do a story. But the more that I researched and the more farms I visited, the more I felt like, even if I just bought a little bit from one farmer and sold it to 10 people, it would make a difference.” She showed up without an appointment at the Indian Institute of Spices Research in Kerala, where heirloom seeds of all sorts of Indian plants are preserved, and learned that most turmeric farmers didn’t even know what variety they grew. She met Prabhu Kasaraneni, who practices a method called “zero-budget natural farming”—no chemical fertilizer, no pesticide, no inputs at all from off the farm. She bought 10 kilos of a variety called Pragati and returned to the U.S. with it and hired a graphic designer.
Still she sees enduring obstacles to entrepreneurs like her. “Ultimately, BIPOC folks still have a very, very steep hill to climb. I’ve been in the food industry for a decade, and I’m still not called an expert by food media.” Javeri Kadri admits to sometimes feeling trapped into diversity-washing white people’s work. “I know that we’re constantly, you know, buying and selling social capital. I’m well aware of that reality. That was a lot of 2020 for me: realizing that there are people for whom Diaspora can splash a woke label over what they’re doing. And that’s co-opting what we’re trying to do. I want people to be really excited about what we’re doing because it’s delicious and because it’s exciting, and not because of the social capital that they gain from us.”
It was at Pomona that she was introduced to Afrofuturism. “That was so inspiring,” she says. “What Afrofuturism did was create this ability to imagine futures that didn’t exist.” In particular she was gripped by the thought of a future not determined by colonialism. Then the turmeric-latte fad of 2016 hit. She was working at Bi-Rite, the San Francisco–based grocery store that revolutionized Bay Area grocery shopping with its nearly impeccable sourcing—and yet its information on spices remained opaque. “I was also realizing that the turmeric that we had in Mumbai was very different,” she says. In India, turmeric had been aromatic and intense; here, it was being touted as a healing superfood, mostly due to its high levels of curcumin. “But the turmeric in most turmeric lattes was yellow dirt,” she’s said. “It’s been on a shelf for years and has no curcumin in it.”
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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