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View brochure - Creative Mind Consulting Group
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Director’s Message................................................................................................. 4
New to Caribbean Pavilion.................................................................................... 5
4357B............. Abrahams & Cole Coffee Co. Ltd................................................. 6
4346............... A.M. Enterprises Ltd./Aunt May’s................................................. 7
4353B............. Barbados Investment & Development Corporation....................... 8
4353B............. Baking Enterprises......................................................................... 9
4340............... P. W. Bellot & Co. Ltd................................................................ 10
4343/4345...... Beverages Caribbean, Inc............................................................. 11
4342............... Caribbean Health Foods Ltd....................................................... 12
4344............... Caribbean Specialty Foods Co. Ltd. ............................................ 13
4353............... Central Food Packers Ltd............................................................ 14
4354............... Continental Baking Company..................................................... 15
4342............... Exotic Caribbean Mountain Pride............................................... 16
4353............... Fiwi Foods Ltd............................................................................ 17
4241............... Gom Food Industries N. V. / Sishado.................................... 18
4355B............. Grace Foods................................................................................ 19
4352............... HoneyKist Apiaries Ltd............................................................... 20
4243............... Hot Mama’s Belize Ltd................................................................ 21
4247............... J & J Spirits................................................................................. 22
4253............... Jamaican Teas Ltd. . .................................................................... 23
4357B............. Jamaica Promotions Corp............................................................ 24
4347............... Jays Enterprises Inc...................................................................... 25
4253............... JP Tropical Foods........................................................................ 26
4339............... K. C. Confectionery Ltd. ........................................................... 27
4341............... Marjie’s Plantain Foods Inc.......................................................... 28
4337............... Matouk International USA Inc.................................................... 29
4254............... Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk Sauces.................................................. 30
4241............... soRena’s Winery N. V.................................................................. 31
4353B............. Sue Tru Caribbean Mfg. & Dist. Ltd........................................... 32
4243............... Traveller’s Liquors Ltd................................................................. 33
4352............... Walkerswood............................................................................... 34
4349............... COOKING STATION: Chef Jacqui Tyson................................ 35
4337............... Food and Beverage Industry Development Committee................ 36
4241............... Power Agri-Tech Ltd. ................................................................. 37
Caribbean Export Development Agency.............................................................. 38
Treasure Map for “Win Your Treasure” Contest................................................... 39
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DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE
Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) is delighted to present the
Caribbean Pavilion at the 57th Summer Fancy Food Show in Washington D.C. We consider
it a privilege to partner and grow with this premier food show for the 18th consecutive year!
We invite you to discover the distinctive flavours of our region and get a taste of comfortable
Caribbean hospitality as well.
Caribbean exporters regard the show as an excellent forum for accessing the U.S. market.
Show attendees are always amazed at the wide range of authentic Caribbean offerings – from
sauces, syrups, spices and seasonings, jams and jellies, condiments, candy, salsas and dips to
rum, juices, sodas and fine wine. The work of Caribbean Export is to make the introductions
and interactions equally rewarding.
Caribbean Pavilion is funded for a second consecutive year by the Caribbean Aid for Trade
and Regional Trust Fund (CARTfund) administered by the Caribbean Development Bank
on behalf of the UK Department for International Development Fund (DFID).
For further information about Caribbean Export, please visit the websites:
www.carib-export.com, caribbeanpavilion.com or contact Sam Kruiner at email:
[email protected]
Enjoy the flavour of the Caribbean!
Pamela Coke-Hamilton
Executive Director
Caribbean Export Development Agency
[email protected]
www.carib-export.com
www.caribbeanpavilion.com
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NEW TO CARIBBEAN PAVILION
This year’s Caribbean Pavilion is the largest yet, showcasing products from 40 leading
specialty food suppliers and agencies. In addition to regular participants from Barbados,
Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago, we welcome these 16 new companies to the Pavilion:
Barbados
• A.M. Enterprises Ltd./Aunt May’s
Belize
• Hot Mama’s Belize Ltd.
• Traveller’s Liquors Ltd.
Dominican Republic
• J&J Spirits
Haiti
• Marjie’s Plantain Foods Inc.
Jamaica
• Abrahams & Cole Coffee Co. Ltd.
• Continental Baking Company
• HoneyKist Apiaries Ltd.
• Jamaican Teas Ltd.
• JP Tropical Foods
• Sue Tru Caribbean Mfg. & Dist. Ltd.
Suriname
• soRena’s Winery N. V.
• Gom Food Industries N. V.
• Power Agri-Tech Ltd.
Trinidad and Tobago
• Caribbean Health Foods Ltd.
• Exotic Caribbean Mountain Pride
stay connected:
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www.carib-export.com
www.caribbeanpavilion.com
facebook.com/caribbeanpavilion
twitter.com/caripavilion
youtube.com/caribbeanpavilion
Design Services
FOR FANCY FOOD SHOW:
Creative Mind Consulting Group
Todd Sayles
Chief Creative Officer
Roseland, NJ 07068
Office: (973) 433 6550
Fax: (973) 655 9396
[email protected]
www.creativemindcg.com
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Abrahams & Cole
Coffee Company Ltd.
Abrahams & Cole Coffee Company Limited
was founded in 2009 by entrepreneurs
Anntonette Abrahams and Lambert Cole.
Abrahams & Cole quickly grew into a
resource for a modest amount of Blue
Mountain coffee beans from a small farm
cradled in the Blue Mountain Range.
In 2010, with the assistance of the
Scientific Research Council in Jamaica,
the company pioneered the creation of
Blue Mountain coffee infused syrup,
the flagship Abrahams & Cole Coffee
Pancake Syrup. Consumers have taken the
product potential beyond pancakes, and at
the beginning of 2011, the Company
rebranded its signature product as a
versatile coffee syrup under the name
Platinum Blue. Platinum represents the
entrepreneurial determination to give
consumers something different, rare, and
rich in flavour. Blue is indicative of the
source of the main ingredient: world-class
Blue Mountain coffee.
Products:
Platinum Blue Coffee Syrup: Infused with authentic Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee.
May be used as a glaze for turkey, chicken, ham, seafood; as a topping for pancakes, ice
cream, and desserts; or as dressing for raw vegetable salads.
Contact:
Anntonette Faith Abrahams
Abrahams & Cole Coffee Company Ltd.
Bloxburgh District, Kalorama P. A.
Saint Andrew, Jamaica
Tel: (876) 733 0923
Fax: (876) 733 0923
Mob: (876) 457 5792
[email protected]
www.abrahamsandcolecoffeeja.com
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A.M. Enterprises Ltd.
A.M. Enterprises Ltd. produces a wide range
of condiments, specialty seasonings and other
ethnic products under the Aunt May’s brand.
The company was established in 1985 and
has focused on making products that reflect
and enhance the rich culinary heritage of the
Caribbean, with the mixture of cultures. Our
authentic Caribbean/Barbadian products
capture the essence of the tropical sun and
cool island breezes that characterize the
Caribbean region.
On the island of Barbados, Aunt May’s
products are available in all the leading
supermarkets and small shops and are used
in hotels and delis. Our products are also
available throughout the Caribbean and in
the U.S. and U.K. markets.
Aunt May’s Food Products are based on
traditional recipes that have been guarded
and preserved over several generations.
Products:
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Seasonings: Chop, No Pepper; Pepper
Sauces: Yellow, Red and Yellow with Garlic
Syrups: Mauby, Ginger Beer, Sorrel
Jellies: Guava, Sorrel, Pepper
Great Cake Mix: Alcoholic and Non-alcoholic
Contact:
Mrs. Leila C. Johnson
Managing Director
A.M. Enterprises Ltd.
Building #8 Newton Industrial Park
Newton Christ Church BB17047
Barbados, W.I.
Tel: (246) 418 9835
Fax: (246) 418 9836
[email protected]
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Barbados Investment
& DEVELOPMENT CORP.
The Barbados Investment & Development
Corporation (BIDC) is the industrial
development agency of the Barbados
Government with special responsibility
for export promotion and facilitating the
establishment and expansion of business
enterprises in Barbados.
Additionally, The Barbados Investment &
Development Corporation administers the
Government’s incentive programme for
industry and provides a variety of free
advisory services for local companies
looking to become established or to expand.
Contact:
Beverley Alleyne
Senior Business Development Officer
Barbados Investment &
Development Corporation
Pelican House, Princess Alice Highway
St. Michael, Barbados
Tel: (246) 427-5350
Fax: (246) 426-7802
[email protected]
www.bidc.com
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Our mission is to promote the sustainable
development of the manufacturing,
industrial and small business sectors in
Barbados. The aim is to contribute to the
diversification and growth of the economy
through new investment, increased exports
and employment creation, by fostering the
development of competitive manufacturing
and related services companies, as well as
small business enterprises.
BAKING ENTERPRISES
Baking Enterprises and its sister company,
Continental Baking Company, are the largest
distributors of buns, breads and biscuits to
Central, Southern and Northern Jamaica.
Baking Enterprises owns the Yummy
and Holsum brands, and all products are
distributed from three branches strategically
located in Mandeville, Montego Bay and
St. Ann’s Bay. The company also has a first
class, fully equipped baking facility located
in Manchester.
The company has focused its attention on
providing loyal customers with products
that are truly “best in value, best in taste”
at convenient locations island wide. Since
2010, the Yummy brand has introduced a
number of new products: Yummy Coconut
Bread is a delicious sweet bread with real
toasted coconut flakes, that has become one
of the most popular pastry products in the
Jamaican market. Other products include
raisin bread, Cinna-bun, Honi Multi bread
and real ol’ time one- and two-pack bulla.
Products:
Coconut Bread, Spice Buns, Easter Bun, Cinna-bun, Raisin Bread, Bullas
Contact:
Janice Lee
Business Development Manager
Baking Enterprises
8 St. Lucia Avenue
Kingston 5, Jamaica
Tel: (876) 920 3447
Fax: (876) 920 3448
[email protected]
www.yummybakery.com (under construction)
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parry W. Bellot & CO, LTD.
From our humble kitchen beginnings in
1944, Parry W. Bellot & Company has
grown to become a major agro-industrial
manufacturing leader in the Caribbean.
Our BELLO brand encompasses a product
mix that includes tropical fruit drink
concentrates, preserves, coffee, chocolate
and food condiment sauces.
Although Dominica is small in size, it is
blessed with a wonderfully fertile volcanic
soil and sunny tropical climate, where
everything grows in abundant profusion.
In fact, Dominica is so beautifully pristine
and mountainous that it is known as the
“Nature Island of the Caribbean!” From
this organic Garden-of-Eden environment
we select only the choicest ingredients from
nature’s bounty to ensure that all BELLO
products are among the finest of their kind.
We invite you to explore the complete
Bello family of products soon!
Products:
Hot Pepper Sauces, Tropical Fruit Drink Concentrates, Cocktail Mixers, Preserves,
Coffee, Chocolate, Jams, Jellies, Marmalades
Contact:
Michael Fagan, Managing Director
Parry W. Bellot & Co., Ltd.
101 Main Road Castle Comfort
P.O. Box 22 Roseau
Dominica
Tel: (767) 235 2862 / (767) 448 2860
Fax: (767) 448 2053
[email protected]
www.belloproducts.com
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Beverages Caribbean, Inc.
Citrus Products of Belize Limited in Belize,
The BHL Group of Companies (BBC,
Pinehill & Banks Brewery) in Barbados,
Banks DIH Limited in Guyana and Blue
Waters in Trinidad have come together
to form BCL (Barbados) Ltd. trading
as Beverages Caribbean Inc. (BCI). As
export agent, BCI has been charged with
ensuring the expansion of each entity’s core
brands internationally.
BCI is focused on developing export
ready products to take advantage of all
opportunities for its shareholders by
identifying, evaluating, appointing and
working closely with focused distributors to
accomplish this goal in selected markets.
BCI is headquartered in Barbados at
the BHL’s Corporate Offices in Wildey,
St. Michael.
Products:
Banks Beer, Caribbean Pride, Claytons Kola Tonic, Frutee, Plus, Tiger Malt, UHT Juices
Contact:
Ray Chee-A-Tow
Chief Executive Officer
Beverages Caribbean Inc.
Wildey, St. Michael
Barbados
Tel: (246) 227 6730
Fax: (246) 431 8870
Mob: (246) 230 3365
[email protected]
www.thebhlgroup.com
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caribbean health foods ltd.
In 1987, Caribbean Health Foods Ltd.
(formerly College Health Foods) was
established on the campus of the University
of the Southern Caribbean (formerly
Caribbean Union College). Ideally located
in the lush, mountainous region of the
Northern Range, we blend in with the
natural beauty of the Maracas Valley, in St.
Joseph, Trinidad.
We are part of a network of more than 13
branches within Inter-American Health
Foods Company based in Miami. Under the
Natural Delights brand, we manufacture
more than 12 vegetarian products as well
as an assortment of healthy loaves of bread.
In addition, we distribute a wide variety of
soya products, from milk to chunks. This
affords the vegetarian a unique selection of
food to choose from. Most of our products
are available at leading supermarkets
in Trinidad and Tobago. We distribute
regionally to Antigua, Barbados, Dominica,
Grenada, Guyana, Martinique, St. Lucia
and Suriname.
Products:
Natural Delights: Soy Milk, Health Breads, Frozen Meat Substitutes, Canned Meat
Substitutes, Cereal, Snacks and Grains
Contact:
Marilyn Hosein
Sales Supervisor
Caribbean Health Foods Ltd.
University of the Southern Caribbean
Maracas Valley, St. Joseph
Trinidad and Tobago
Tel: (868) 645 6260/6231
Fax: (868) 645 2448
[email protected]
www.caribbeanhealthfoods.com
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caribbean specialty
foods co. ltd.
Caribbean Specialty Foods Co. Ltd. is
located in the twin islands of Trinidad
and Tobago. Our company is focused on
creativity, taste, quality and value pricing as
we bring exotic Caribbean flavours to the
world naturally.
The company began operations in 2000,
marketing natural hot sauces. At that time,
“natural” was a rare concept in the local hot
sauce market, so there was no competition
and the market responded favorably. The
company used facilities offered by the
local Business Development Company and
marketing assistance from the Caribbean
Export Development Agency to obtain
exposure locally and internationally.
In 2009, the company quickly embraced
opportunities to enhance its expertise and
expand its product base by partnering with
then new company, Grant’s Countrystyle
Foods, and utilizing the facilities and
resources of the Trinidad and Tobago
Agribusiness Association, a research and
development association.
Products:
Tamarind Hot Sauce, Mango Hot Sauce, Caribbean Hot Sauce — Ooh La La, Rum
Flavoured Hot Sauce, Papaya/Tomato Ketchup, Bar-b-Que Sauce, Sweet and Sour Sauce,
Jerk Marinade, Seafood Cocktail Sauce
Contact:
Rex Collymore, Manager
Hesma Tyson, Manager
Caribbean Specialty Foods Co. Ltd.
18 Glenaaron Rd.
San Juan
Trinidad and Tobago
Tel: (868) 786 9518, (868) 757 2961
Fax: (868) 653 2705
[email protected]
[email protected]
www.caribbeanspecialtyfoods.en.ecplaza.net
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Central Food Packers Ltd.
Since 1985, Central Food Packers has been
one of Jamaica’s leading exporters of canned,
bottled and baked foods, distributing to
the United Kingdom, North America and
the Caribbean. We have a long history
of providing quality products made with
authentic Jamaican ingredients.
The company started with canned ackees
and has expanded and diversified to
manufacture 22 products in truly authentic
Jamaican Sunrite style. Our product range
includes: jerk seasoning, pepper / BBQ
sauces, chutneys, jams, jellies, canned
vegetables and bammies.
Through our Sunrite brand we have
established a unique niche within the agro
processing industry. The name Sunrite
evolved out of our conviction to use
ingredients grown and ripened under the
warm Jamaican sun, ultimately making our
products “Just Rite”.
Central Food Packers employs over 220
persons from the community of Central
Village, is HACCP approved and ISO
14001 certified.
Products:
Sunrite: Jerk Seasoning, Pepper/BBQ Sauces, Chutneys, Jams, Jellies, Canned
Vegetables, Bammies
Contact:
Ms. Natalie Grandison
Marketing Manager
Central Food Packers Ltd.
P.O. Box 75
Kingston 6, Jamaica
Tel: (876) 342-9381
Fax: (876) 984-3118
[email protected]
www.centralfoodpackers.com
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continental baking company
Continental Baking Company Ltd.
(National Baking Company Ltd.) is the
leading manufacturer of baked goods in
Jamaica offering a wide range of products
under three distinctive brands: National,
HTB and Homade.
The company began in 1952 as a familyowned bread bakery and from its humble
beginnings has expanded to become the top
producer of breads, buns, crackers and other
baked products in Jamaica.
National operates a 220,000 sq. ft., fully
automated, state-of-the-art plant. The
company employs approximately 700 staff
and distributes freshly baked products
island-wide each day. The company also
exports a full range of products to the UK,
the USA, Canada and other Caribbean
Islands. For over 50 years, National has
been led by the heart, soul and hard work
of the Hendrickson family, and sustained
by the support of its loyal family of staff
and workers.
PRODUCTS:
Biscuits, Breads, Crackers, Buns, Snacks, Nuts
Contact:
Michelle Robinson
Jason Robinson
Continental Baking Company
c/o TBS Trading Inc.
8821 Ditmas Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11236
Tel: (718) 451 0720
(718) 302 8812
[email protected]
www.nationalbakingcompany.com
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Exotic Caribbean
Mountain Pride
Traditional hot chocolate was an
indigenous and common drink in
Trinidad and Tobago for generations,
but it somehow disappeared in the mid1970’s and was replaced by imported
chocolate drinks.
Exotic Caribbean Mountain Pride is now
pleased to offer this lost gem. Our all
natural chocolate drink is still made the
traditional way, with the original recipe.
However, it now consists of the world’s best,
fine flavoured, specially selected cocoa beans
from Trinidad and Tobago.
The chocolate is also attractively molded
and packaged in the distinctive shape of the
cocoa pod, giving it an authentic appearance.
Taste tradition with every sip.
Products:
Mountain Pride: Traditional Drinking Chocolate, Mini Chocolates
Flavored Chocolates: Ginger, Chili and Orange Flavors
Contact:
Exotic Caribbean Mountain Pride
#32 Joropo Dr., Sam Boucoud
Santa Cruz
Trinidad and Tobago
Tel: (868) 759 5732
[email protected]
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Fiwi Foods Ltd.
Since its inception in 2006, Fiwi Foods
Ltd. has enjoyed significant success with its
impressive line of authentic Jamaican sauces
and seasonings that are manufactured
to meet international standards, as the
company seeks to deliver premium and
authentic Jamaican flavours to the world.
distribution, including facilitating orders
at fiwifoods.com and select private labeling
of its jerk seasoning. Quite notably, the
company also supplies jerk seasoning as
value-added input for other products,
and as a main ingredient/base product in
food preparation.
Fiwi Foods Jerk Seasoning and Fiwi Foods
Honey Glaze sauce, our two flagship
products, have experienced growing appeal
in both local and international markets.
The company utilizes several avenues for
Fiwi Foods has its sights set on providing
consumers worldwide with “an authentic
taste of Jamaica”, which invokes the brand’s
mantra: Lively up your taste!
Products:
Fiwi Foods Jerk Seasoning, Fiwi Foods Honey Glaze Sauce
Contact:
Andrei Brissett
Managing Director
Fiwi Foods Ltd.
32 Shortwood Road
Kingston 8, Jamaica
Tel: (876) 622 5505
[email protected]
www.fiwifoods.com
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Gom Food Industries N. V.
Gom Food Industries produces soy-based
marinades, BBQ sauces and spiced sauces
under the brand name SISHADO. The
company was founded in 1998 by Mr.
Kenneth van Gom (Director) and Mrs.
Yvonne van Gom-Helling (recipe holder).
The name SISHADO is derived from
the names of Mrs. Gom-Helling’s first
three grandchildren indicating our vision
for growth in the future. Our mission
is to establish quality brands, which are
widely recognized and accepted, resulting
in continuous growth for shareholders
and employees.
Our present exports are to the Netherlands,
Dutch Antilles and other Caribbean
countries. Future exports are planned to
additional EU countries, the USA and
Canada. Our plans are reflected in this
quote: “In a land of different races and
cultures, there is a taste that brings them
all together.” In striving to introduce the
SISHADO unique flavour blend to the rest
of the world, continuous efforts are made to
maintain high quality.
Products:
SISHADO Marinade Sweet & Salt, Marinade Salt, Marinade Hot, Marinade Indo
and BBQ Sauce
Contact:
Kenneth van Gom
Director
Gom Food Industries N. V.
Mochalaan 3, L’ Hermitage, Paramaribo,
Suriname
Tel: +597 499940
Fax: +597 532404
[email protected]
www.sishado.com
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grace foods
Grace Foods International (GFI) is the
primary subsidiary of Grace Kennedy Ltd.
with the mandate to market its products
around the world. The organization began
in 1969 as an export department within
Grace Kennedy. In 1984, an independent
company, Grace Kennedy Export Trading
Ltd. was created to focus on export trading.
In 2002, that entity was renamed Grace
Foods International (GFI) to more accurately
describe the international marketing focus
of the organization and its vision of building
brands.
GFI now has products that are manufactured
exclusively for its international markets. The
company has also modified its packaging to
meet international regulations and changing
consumer taste.
Grace Foods products are marketed in over
38 countries, including test-marketing
programs in Africa, starting with Ghana.
These ventures, along with ongoing
innovation, have resulted in continued
growth for the organization.
Products:
Caribbean Mixes. Coconut Water, Frozen
Caribbean Meals, Instant Porridge, Juices
Contact:
Ricardo O. Bryan
Regional Business Manager - USA
Grace Foods (USA) Inc.
169 Nebula Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Tel: (732) 248 1200
Fax: (732) 248 1277
[email protected]
www.gracefoods.com
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Honeykist apiaries ltd.
Established in 2008, HoneyKist Apiaries
Limited is a Jamaican born family-owned
business. We have grown from a cottage
enterprise based on a belief that the purest
and healthiest foods are provided by
nature. From this vision emerged a true
passion to create a premium all natural
Jamaican product that is not only good,
but good for you. With two apiaries
located in the Jamaican countryside, we
bring the pure goodness of honey to your
tables while maintaining harmony with
nature. This is reflected in how we manage
our apiaries, handle our bees and harvest
our honey.
The natural lush beauty, warm climate and
toil of local farmers are key ingredients in
our unique products. HoneyKist Artisan
HoneyFusions are 100% raw Jamaican
“wild flower” honey infused with a “chups”
(kiss) of unique fruits, vegetables and
spices. Available in five distinctive flavours,
they contain no artificial flavours, oils
or preservatives.
Products:
HoneyKist Artisan HoneyFusions: Ginger, Lime, Blue Mountain Coffee,
Pimento/Allspice, Habanero/Scotch Bonnet Pepper
Contact:
Michele Frederick Johnson
HoneyKist Apiaries Ltd.
5 Central Road, Suite #12
Kingston 10, Jamaica
Tel: (876) 382-8299 / (876) 999-1004
Fax: (876) 754-2985
[email protected]
www.honeykistja.com (under construction)
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Hot Mama’s Belize Ltd.
Hot Mama’s Belize specializes in high quality
habanero and gourmet pepper sauces.
Two products have already won awards:
Sweet Pepper Sauce achieved 3rd place
Condiment Specialty in the Fiery Food
Challenge at the 2007 ZestFest Show.
Manganero Sauce won the Scovie Award at
the 2008 Fiery Foods Show.
Hot Mama’s started in 2003 in the village of
Unitedville in western Belize. In 2006, we
acquired a larger facility just two miles away.
Additional space and equipment now enable
some processing and filling operations to be
automated.
A member of the Belize Hot Pepper
Value Chain led by the Belize Ministry of
Agriculture, we work closely with farmers
to ensure the continuous supply of high
quality habanero peppers to processors and
fresh market buyers.
Six of Hot Mama’s products (in various sizes)
are approved by the U.S. FDA. We also
export to Canada and are actively looking
for new markets and distribution.
Products:
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Habanero Hot Sauce: Mild X, Hot XX, Fiery XXX
Sweet Pepper Sauce — Award Winner
Manganero Sauce — Award Winner
Contact:
Wilana Oldham
Hot Mama’s Belize Ltd.
Mile 60 Western Highway
Cayo District, Belize
Tel: (501) 824 0444
Fax: (501) 824 3649
[email protected]
www.hotmamasbelize.com
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J&J Spirits, CxA
J&J Spirits believes that traditional
Dominican homemade liqueurs can be
produced using modern processes without
disrespecting the “old way”. Kalembu
preserves the original recipe in a premium,
ready-to-drink mamajuana that complies
with international quality standards
for production.
brown/red color and a unique combination
of woody and herbal flavors. People
traditionally drink mamajuana straight or
on the rocks, although Kalembu is also used
in cocktails. Its sweetness and 30 percent
(60 proof ) alcohol content makes Kalembu
more appealing to people who find rum and
whisky too strong.
Mamajuana is a drink exclusively from
the Dominican Republic, made with rum,
red wine, honey, twigs, bark, leaves and
herbs. It is sweet to semi-sweet with a deep
Kalembu is currently exported to
northeastern U.S. (NY, NJ, MA, RI, CT).
In addition to Kalembu, we can produce
alcoholic drinks tailored to your needs.
Product:
Kalembu Mamajuana
Contact:
Jack Astacio
General Manager
J&J Spirits, CxA
Z. F. Ind. Hato Nuevo, Nave#2
Los Alcarrizos, Santo Domingo
Dominican Republic
Tel: (809) 902 1212
Fax: (809) 884 2828
[email protected]
www.kalembu.com
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Jamaican Teas Ltd.
Jamaican Teas Limited (formerly Tetley Tea
Co. (Ja) Ltd.) was founded in Jamaica in
1967. It initially produced only black tea
under the Tetley brand as well as contract
manufacturing. In 1995, the company was
acquired by current owners, the father and
son team of Adeeb and John Mahfood.
Since then, the product range has been
considerably expanded, including Caribbean
Dreams, which offers consumers unique
herbal combinations and infusions. Today,
with over 40 different types of teas, the
company is the largest producer of teas
in the Caribbean with almost one half
its products exported to other Caribbean
markets and North America. Teas are also
produced on a contract basis for several
Caribbean companies.
Jamaican Teas (JTL) recently became a public
company listed on the Jamaica Junior Stock
Exchange. JTL is currently implementing
the HACCP food safety management
system as one of its key strategic goals.
Contact:
Izzy Hoppenfeld
Jamaican Teas Ltd.
c/o Eve Sales Corporation
945 Close Avenue
Bronx, NY 10473
Tel: (718) 589 6800
Fax: (718) 617 6717
[email protected]
www.jamaicanteas.com
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jampro
Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO)
is that gateway that connects the world
to Jamaica, enabling entrepreneurs from
around the globe to tap into the wealth of
trade and investment opportunities available
in the country.
JAMPRO was established in 1988 to
stimulate, facilitate and promote the
development of trade and industry, and
export and investment activities in all sectors
of the island’s economy. The agency drives
this process through focus on a number of
targeted sectors that include the creative
industries (film, music and entertainment),
manufacturing, tourism, agri-business,
CONTACT:
Ms. Berletta Henlon Forrester
JAMPRO
18 Trafalgar Road
Kingston 10, Jamaica
Tel: (876) 978 7755
Fax: (876) 978 4341
[email protected]
www.tradeandinvestjamaica.org
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information and communication technology,
mining and professional services.
With a professional cadre of staff in two
core areas — Investment Promotion and
Export Promotion, JAMPRO provides
practical assistance to local and international
businesses seeking to invest in Jamaica,
and also serves locally-based companies
producing goods and services for export.
JAMPRO is headquartered in Kingston,
Jamaica and has offices in London
and Canada.
Jays Enterprises Inc.
Jays Enterprises Inc. is a wholly Barbadian
owned company established in 1996. We
manufacture and distribute a range of
condiments under the Superb Blend brand.
Our flagship Premium Blend has an
exquisite, spicy flavour and is great for
seasoning all meats, fish or poultry. No
Pepper Seasoning also blends herbs and
spices without the hot peppery taste, making
it better suited for younger taste buds. The
Mild and Jerk blends complete the range of
our traditional seasonings. Superb Blend’s
colourful packaging depicts our Barbadian
heritage.
In Barbados, our products are retailed in
gift boxes at major souvenir shops, hotels
and restaurants. Superb Blend is also
available in several large cities in the United
Kingdom, the United States, and Canada.
It is our vision to be a leading supplier of
quality traditional and gourmet condiments
and sauces to regional and international
markets.
Products:
Superb Blend: Premium Blend Seasoning, No Pepper Seasoning, Mild and Jerk Seasoning,
Exotic Curry Sauce, Salt Free Seasoning, Bajan Seasonings and Hot Pepper Sauces, Ginger
Pepper Jelly, Spicy Mango Chutney, Zesty Onion Relish, Grandma’s Traditional Mauby
Syrup
Contact:
Ingrid Brathwaite
Jays Enterprises Inc.
Bldg#17 Units 5&6
Wildey Industrial Park
Wildey, St. Michael
Barbados
Tel: (246) 434 7893
Fax: (246) 434 7894
[email protected]
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JP Tropical Foods
We’re the Caribbean’s number one maker
of Tropical Snacks. Our Group has been
around for almost 80 years, so we know a
thing or two about taste and quality. That’s
why we grow our own snack ingredients to
ensure we’re giving you nothing but quality.
And because we value our relationships,
we go all out to ensure we listen to you,
understand you and how you want your
snacks to be. So you can be sure that you’ll
find excellent quality and taste in every bag
Products:
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St. Mary’s Cassava Chips
JP Simply Fresh Bammies
Contact:
Izzy Hoppenfeld
JP Tropical Foods
c/o Eve Sales Corporation.
945 Close Avenue
Bronx, NY 10473
Tel: (718) 589 6800
Fax: (718) 617 6717
[email protected]
www.jptropicalfoods.com
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of chips. Take our word for it. Or better yet,
taste the proof for yourself.
St. Mary’s Cassava Chips are kettle cooked,
seasoned with sea salt, and naturally zero
trans fat. JP Simply Fresh Bammies makes
eating healthy and convenient because it
comes already peeled and freshly sealed.
K. C. CONFECTIONERY LTD.
K. C. Confectionery Limited began in 1922
as a cottage industry and has diversified
and expanded today to a fast paced,
people driven company that is foremost in
technology and innovation. The K. C. brand
is now a household name at a national level
and has obtained high recognition from
international markets. K. C. Confectionery
Limited is the largest manufacturer of
sugar confectionery and bubble gum in the
Caribbean. We currently export to the USA,
Canada, the Caribbean, The Netherlands
Antilles and England.
Products:
Hard Candy, Mints, Medicated Candy, Gum Balls, Lollipops and Toffees
Contact:
Mr. Miguel Bermudez
K. C. Confectionery Ltd.
95-97 Southern Main Road
Couva, Trinidad, WI
Tel: (868) 636 2360 Ext. 286
Fax: (868) 636 9061
[email protected]
www.kccandy.com
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Marjie’s Plantain
Foods inc.
Marjie’s Plantain Foods manufactures savory
tarts that are dairy-free and gluten free.
Products are frozen “ready-to-eat.”
Marjie’s Plantain Food products combine
American dining style with food that
founder Marjorie Gaston grew up with
in Haiti. The result is a marriage of U.S.
style and Caribbean healthy food. Marjie’s
product development approach draws on
traditions as well as insights developed
through experimenting with plantains. As
a result, Marjie’s Plantain Foods converts a
staple of the Caribbean and Latin America
into healthy food products that are natural,
vitamin filled and great tasting.
Current versions of savory tarts: White
Bean Tart contains white beans and
sun dried tomatoes. Mixed Veggie Tart
features mixed vegetables, and Chicken
Tart includes sweet peas and chicken.
Products:
Dairy and Gluten-Free Savory Tarts: White Bean Tart, Mixed Veggie Tart, Chicken Tart
Contact:
Marjorie Gaston
Marjie’s Plantain Foods Inc.
P.O. Box 1211
New York, NY 10002
Tel: (888) 908 6275
Fax: (718) 383 3337
[email protected]
www.marjiesplantainfoods.com
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Matouk
International
USA Inc.
Matouk International USA Inc. markets the
MATOUK’S brand in the USA, Canada
and the northern Caribbean. Their products
are readily available in all the major chain
supermarkets, gourmet shops and through
mail order companies. Their distributors are
strategically located in major metropolitan
cities throughout the USA and Canada.
MATOUK’S Hot Pepper Sauces have
received nationwide recognition with
numerous articles in publications such as
Playboy, USA Today and Gourmet Retailer.
The company can also boast of having
imported the first bottle of Caribbean hot
pepper sauce into the USA 37 years ago.
Products:
Barbeque Sauces, Caribbean Condiments, Chutneys, Hot Pepper Sauces
Jerk Sauces, Relishes, Salsas, Tropical Fruit Jams & Jellies
Contact:
Linda P. Chow-Quan
Marketing Manager
Matouk International USA Inc
3801 N. University Dr., #320
Sunrise, FL 33351
Tel: (954) 742 2204
Fax: (954) 742 2533
[email protected]
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Pedro Plains
jamaica jerk Sauces
Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk Sauces is truly a
family of products. We want our customers
to become a part of our family and spread
the word about this unique line of 100%
Authentic Jerk Products — it isn’t JERK
unless it is made in Jamaica from Jamaican
grown and harvested ingredients.
Pedro Plains, the home of our products,
is located in the breadbasket parish of
St. Elizabeth in Jamaica.
Pedro Plains is a blend of the tropics: known
for its uniqueness and exotic nature with
wonderful fauna and flora. The bare hands
of the farmers nurture the ingredients. Pedro
Plains Jerk BBQ Madness was awarded best
in class “Salsas, Sauces, Condiments” at
the Americas Food and Beverage show in
October 2010 in Miami, Florida.
We look forward to engaging your company
in the placement of our products in your
organization. We believe you and your
customers will be truly satisfied with the
superior quality of Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk
Sauces and enjoy A Little Taste of Home.
Products:
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Auntie Katie Jerk Marinade
Passion Fruit Jerk Marinade
Milk Jerk Seasoning
Jerk BBQ Madness
Honey Jerk Sauce
Hurricane Scotch Bonnet
Pepper Sauce
Malicious Hot Pepper Sauce
Pure Original Jerk Sauce
Chaos Jerk Seasoning
Contact:
Bertram Banton
Managing Director
Paul R. Lewis
Sales & Marketing Director
[email protected]
[email protected]
www.pedroplains.com
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BnRs Holdings
Jamaica:
17 Oxford Road
Kingston 5, Jamaica, WI
Tel/Fax: (876) 815 9817
United States:
3123 Aspen Lane
Manvel, TX 77587
Tel: (248) 275 4239
soRena’s Winery N. V.
soRena’s Winery N. V. specialises in non
grape based wine making, wine related
products and gifts. Founded in 1942
and developed through years of diligent
effort, the winery has been handed down
from generation to generation. Since
2000, emphasis has been placed on a
scientific approach to product and process
development, quality management and
market development. In 2002, the winery
introduced four new fruit wines. In 2008,
soRena’s achieved ISO 22000 certification.
soRena’s wines are vinted of aubergine,
passion fruit, ginger, orange, djamun and
other local fruits. Ingredients are chosen
with care to produce exotic flavour profiles,
and artisanal and natural characteristics
that reflect the country’s Asian and African
heritage.
New offerings from soRena’s Winery
include personalized labels and custom
batches, always ideal for corporate gifts
or commemoratives.
Products:
soRena’s Wine: Sparto Orange, Sparto Ginger, Sparto Passion, Sparto Aubergine
Contact:
Mrs. Marjorie Renardus
soRena’s Winery N. V.
Djerostraat 2, Clevia
Paramaribo
Suriname
Tel: +597 559030
Mob: +597 8849249
Fax: +597 559290
[email protected]
www.sorenaswinery.com
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sue tru mfg. & Dist. Ltd.
Established in 2007, Sue Tru is a growing
manufacturing and distribution company
firmly committed to producing authentic
Jamaican foods. The Sue Tru brand prides
itself on being 100% Jamaican and strives
to symbolize the finest Jamaican cuisine.
Our aim is to exceed the expectation of
local and international consumers. We are
continuously engaged in market research to
inform this process.
Under the Sue Tru brand, we package
and process a wide array of seasonings,
jams, jellies and spices. We also distribute
Jamaican agricultural produce such as
yellow yam, mango, sorrel, breadfruit and
Scotch Bonnet pepper. We utilize the best
produce and meticulously test ingredients
used to make our value-added products.
We ensure that products meet requirements
of the Jamaican Bureau of Standards. We
are also in the process of becoming HACCP
and FDA certified, with the support of
the Jamaica Exporters’ Association and
JAMPRO.
PRODUCTS:
Honey, Molasses, Jerk Seasoning, Exotic Jam and Jellies, Tomato Sauces, Pepper Sauces,
Jamaican Red Pepper Mash and Authentic Jamaican Spices
CONTACT:
Suzette Thomas
Sue Tru Caribbean Mfg.
& Distributors Ltd.
Rosell District, Morant Bay
St Thomas, Jamaica
Tel/Fax : (876) 486 3226
Tel:
(876) 358 9132
[email protected]
www.suetru.com
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Traveller’s Liquors ltd.
In 1953, Jaime Omario Perdomo Sr. opened
a bar named Travellers. Almost 60 years
later, and now under the leadership of his
children, the humble bar has grown into
the leader of Belizean spirit manufacturing,
and Traveller’s has become one of Belize’s
most well known companies. With an aging
and bottling plant infrastructure that meets
strict export standards, Traveller’s now has
its sights set on the world.
Through his creativity and foresight, Don
Omario’s Traveller’s Liquors has grown
into a source of pride for his own children
and for Belize. Today the Perdomo family
ensures the tradition grows, and the family
legacy lives on.
First created in 1964, the softly sweet One
Barrel Rum is our flagship, multiple award
winner and the pioneer in quality Belizean
dark rums. Aged, hand crafted and skillfully
blended of the finest spirits, this rum is
unquestionably Belize’s best selling liquor
locally and abroad.
Products:
Rum, Brandy, Vodka, Speciality Liquors
Contact:
Traveller’s Liquors Ltd.
P.O. Box 623
2.5 Miles Northern Hwy
Belize City, Belize
Tel: (501) 223 2855
Fax: (501) 223 5307
Traveller’s International Ltd.
4623 NW 53 Ave., Suite 3
Gainesville, Florida 32606
Tel: (352) 376 0135
(352) 376 0137
[email protected]
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WalkerSwooD
Tucked away in the hills of St. Ann, Jamaica,
is internationally acclaimed Walkerswood
Caribbean Foods. Recognized for delectable
Jerk Seasoning, sauces, condiments and
spices, the company opened as a simple
community project in 1978 with four
employees. Traditionally homemade with
Scotch Bonnet peppers, scallions and island
spices, Walkerswood was the first to bottle
Jamaican Jerk Seasoning, a favourite among
locals for preparing pork, chicken and fish.
In 1985, one hundred cases were exported
PRODUCTS:
Jerk Seasonings, Condiments, Spices
Contact:
Izzy Hoppenfeld
Walkerswood
c/o Eve Sales Corporation
945 Close Avenue.
Bronx, NY 10473
Tel: (718) 589 6800
Fax: (718) 617 6717
[email protected]
www.walkerswood.com
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to test its spicy appeal. Walkerswood was a
hit with Jamaicans living abroad and others
who craved the taste of authentic Jamaican
jerk foods.
Today, Walkerswood proudly employs more
than 80 full-time staff. We never compromise
on quality ingredients and maintain careful
manufacturing standards. Our products
and processes are fully compliant with all
applicable USFDA regulations governing
low-acid and acidified foods.
Cooking Station –
Chef Jacqui Tyson
From Yard Style to Gourmet
Discover how to bring a taste of the
Caribbean to your everyday life!
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A dash of island spices transforms
a snack moment from satisfying to
scrumptious
Grilling with tropical sauce and a
summer barbecue becomes a trip to
the islands
An ordinary hot dog can be transformed
into the most satisfying delight
Mainstream favourites like stir-fries,
pastas, grilled steak and chicken
become memorable meals when made
with ingredients from the warmth of
the Caribbean
This year’s Caribbean Pavilion Cooking
Station features Jamaican Chef Jacqui Tyson
and her signature “Yard style to Gourmet”
cuisine. Chef Jacqui and representatives
from other companies will conduct daily
culinary demonstrations filled with flavour
and style. Stop by the Caribbean Pavilion
for a schedule.
About Chef Jacqui Tyson
Jacqui Tyson is a chef unlike any other.
Jamaican born, Ms. Tyson creates
exceptional catering and events for a party
of 10 to crowds of thousands. Luxury labels,
food giants, media players, and leading
corporations turn to Ms. Tyson for expertise,
energy and great cooking.
Every Jacqui Tyson event is alive with artistry,
flavor and allure. Whether you envision a
lunch or dinner delivered and set up only,
a formal sit-down dinner, a simple buffet or
an elegant gala event, Tyson’s professional
staff will meet all of your needs.
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Food and
beverage committee
Food and Beverage Industry Development
Committee (FBIDC) was formed in 2005
and reports to the Ministry of Trade and
Industry. The members of the FBIDC
are both from the public and private
sector brought together to assist in the
diversification goals of the government.
The mandate of the committee is to
implement the Strategic Plan developed for
the domestic Food and Beverage Industry.
Contact:
Mr. Farz Khan
FBIDC
Business Development Company Ltd.
#151 B Charlotte Street
Port-of Spain, Trinidad
Tel: (868) 623 5507 Ext 238
Fax: (868) 625 8126
Email: [email protected]
www.bdc.co.tt
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An important component of the plan is
to increase exports of food and beverage
produced locally into foreign markets.
Hence the FBIDC facilitates participation
by local manufacturers to international food
and beverage exhibitions in order to increase
market share, understand the regulatory
requirements and, gain knowledge of
consumer preferences and emerging trends
in the Food Beverage industry.
Power agri-Tech ltd.
Power Agri-Tech Ltd., founded by Dr.
Robert Power in 2003, develops and
manufactures food supplements as jams,
dressings and drinks under the POWA
brand name. POWA products are made
from the highest quality cassava, soy, noni
fruit, matured leaf of aloe and açai berry. For
centuries, these foods have been valued for
nutrition and health benefits.
POWA products are developed with the
concept of “Building Health Rather Than
Fighting Disease”. POWA products are a
result of research aimed at eliminating the
bad smell and taste of the noni fruit and
arresting discoloration. As result, POWA
products taste good while delivering these
health benefits: •
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Contain amino acids and essential
fatty acids for overall body health
High in protein and fiber
Help strengthen blood circulation
Help boost energy level
May help strengthen the
immune system
Contribute to healthy weight loss
PRODUCTS: POWA Jam, Drinks, Cassava Flour, Snacks, Soy Sauces, Salad Dressings
Contact:
Dr. Robert. H. Power
C.E.O.
Power Agriculture Technology & Consultancy
Sinaasappelstraat # 5 Zorg en Hoop
Suriname
Tel: (597) 877 6886 Fax: (597) 433 757
[email protected]
[email protected]
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The Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) is a regional
trade and investment promotion organization of the Forum of Caribbean States
(CARIFORUM), which currently includes: Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas,
Barbados, Belize, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Grenada, Guyana,
Jamaica, St. Lucia, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Suriname and
Trinidad & Tobago.
Our Vision—To be recognized as the premier regional organization for trade and
investment development and promotion.
Our Mission—To increase the competitiveness of Caribbean countries by
providing quality trade and investment development and promotion services
through effective program execution and strategic partnerships.
Head Office
SUB REGIONAL OFFICE
Caribbean Export Development Agency
Hastings Main Road
PO Box 34B, Brittons Hill
St. Michael, Barbados
Tel: 1 (246) 436 0578
Fax: 1 (246) 436 9999
C/Carlos de Lora No 9
Los Restauradores
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Tel: 1 (809) 531 6565
Tel: 1 (809) 473 7532
[email protected]
www.carib-export.com
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Bahamas
Haiti
Jamaica
Belize
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Dominican
Republic
St. Thomas
Dominica
Barbados
Trinidad & Tobago
Suriname
Take Our Caribbean Pirates Quiz
Enter to Win Your Treasure!
Test your knowledge of the real pirates of the Caribbean. Bring your completed form to the
Caribbean Pavilion for a chance to win a $25 Restaurant Gift Certificate or a $200 Cruz
Tablet! Circle true or false below. Hint: check the booths for answers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
In 1712, French pirates travelled 9 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean to attack
Paramaribo, capital city of Suriname. True/False
Navy Island, a 64-acre tourist resort in Jamaica, was once owned by movie pirate
Errol Flynn. True/False
Irish teenager Anne Bonny ran off with Captain Calico Jack Rackham in the Bahamas
and lived as a pirate from 1719 to 1721. True/False
The island of Tortuga referenced in two Pirates of The Caribbean movies is located off
the northern coast of Haiti. True/False
Legendary Captain Blackbeard found anchorage for his pirate fleet in Trinidad &
Tobago’s natural ports, like Pirates’ Bay. True/False
First name_ _______________________Last name________________________________
Email____________________________________ Phone_ _________________________
Title____________________________________________________________________
Company________________________________________________________________ Address__________________________________________________________________
City/State_________________________________ ZIP_ ___________________________
Good Luck! You must be present at the Caribbean Pavilion at time of drawing to collect your
prize. Stop by the Caribbean Pavilion for more information and rules.
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