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The Bahamas Destination and Sands Radler Promoted at Fort Lauderdale Food and Wine Festival

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida – Fresh into the new year, The Bahamas is already making waves in the marketplace, debuting its destination and native Sands Radler beer at the Greater Fort Lauderdale Food & Wine Festival. The event was held on 15 January 2022 at the Las Olas Oceanside Park and marked the first time the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, Investments & Aviation (BMOTIA) sales and marketing team participated in the show and returned to in-person consumer promotion, since pre-Covid-19.

Grenada Seeking to Strengthen Food Bank Initiative

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada –The Grenada Food and Nutrition Council (GFNC) says it is strengthening its Food Bank Initiative, a project that will lay the foundation for the establishment of the National Parliamentary Front Against Hunger secretariat.

Local fruits and vegetables in Grenada. (file photo)

National Flour Mills Announces Increased Price for Flour

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Consumers of flour made products were gearing for increased prices of these commodities after the state-owned National Flour Mill (NFM) Wednesday announced an increase in the price of flour from January 3rd next year.

Chef Darline Dorcely Releases New Caribbean Cookbook

STAMFORD, CT (Allen Marketing Communications)- Darline Dorcely, chef and general manager of Chef Leline, has released a cookbook highlighting her very own mouth watering Caribbean recipes. Perfect for entertaining family and friends, Taste of the Caribbean Cuisine is accessible to cooks of all skill levels. TASTE OF THE CARIBBEAN CUISINE is available for purchase on Amazon and other online retailers.

Baking a Christmas Black Cake

NEW YORK, NY - Black Cake is a favorite in many Caribbean countries, including in Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, especially at Christmas. Here's how to set the fruit you'll be adding to your Black Cake, as well as how to bake the cake itself.

Try This Caribbean Soup for National Soup Month!

NEW YORK, NY - It’s National Soup Month, perhaps because nothing drives away the cold for many, like a hot bowl of your favorite soup. Here’s a Caribbean soup recipe that will hit the spot and is nutritious and delicious too.

Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum Celebrates Master Blender Joy Spence With Exclusive Release

ST. ELIZABETH, Jamaica (PRNewswire) — Appleton Estate, a global leader in premium aged rums, is proud to announce the launch of Ruby Anniversary Edition, a limited-edition release celebrating Master Blender Joy Spence’s 40 years of craftsmanship with the distillery. Ruby AnniversaryEdition is an exclusive release unlike any before it in the brand’s 270-year history: it is a blend of 5 exceptionally rare Jamaica rums, aged for a minimum of 35 tropical years, and including rums as old as 45 years, resulting in a complex sipping rum like no other. With only 500 bottles available, this offer is a luxurious gem for rum lovers, a commemorative release for the first female Master Blender in the spirits industry, and a taste of decades of craftsmanship and dedication.

How to Make Traditional Caribbean Sorrel for the Holidays

NEW YORK, NY- The month of December is a very busy month for Caribbean Nationals the world over because December 25th – Christmas Day; December 26th – Boxing Day in England and the Caribbean region and of course December 31st – New Years Eve!

Traditional Caribbean holiday drink, Sorrel. (file photo)
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