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Delectable seasoning, juicy beef, flavoured in mouth-watering jerk seasoning wrapped in perfectly formed light golden pastry...just one way to describe the patties from Caribbean Savouries Ltd.

Brand New Products Just Launched:

On the 31st August 2011 Caribbean Savouries launches three new products available in the Ethnic frozen section of ASDA stores across the nation. The products are Cassava also known as “Bammy”. Bammies will be available in two formats, Sticks and Cocktails. The third product is Sweet Ripe Plantains. The sweet ripe plantain is easy to prepare, microwave in one minute or heat a portion in the oven for 10 minutes.

Ideal as a side dish can also be eaten for breakfast with toast along with your favourite spread. In Jamaica “Bammy” is a popular meal enjoyed by both residents and visitors of the tropical island. It is made from Cassava root (a vegetable in the yam family); which is very rich in starch and contains significant amounts of calcium, dietary fiber, iron, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin b6 and vitamin C and is also Gluten Free.

The Plantain is a “Banana-like” vegetable which can be served with a savoury main course or with dessert. Scientific studies have also suggested that plantains may be useful in preventing or treating kidney and bladder problems.

Plantains contain ten times more beta carotene than bananas, as well as having a good supply of Vitamins A, C, B6, potassium, folate, iron, and magnesium. The amount of Vitamin A in the fruit depends on the colour; the more yellow the flesh, the more Vitamin A it contains. A deep yellow fruit can provide as much as 1200 IU's of Vitamin A in a 3.5 ounce serving. A cup of sliced plantain only contains 181 calories.

The products are perfect for special occasions such as parties and weddings or for family meals. Watch out for our organic Juices and Sauces, Jams and Chutney which will be launched this winter. Our products are premium and authentic a must for your shopping basket.


Did you know?

We are a dynamic food distribution company, founded by our CEO Paul Scott, set to take the frozen food world by storm. With products already available to buy at the Frozen Food Ethnic sections nationwide in ASDA; Caribbean Savouries Ltd is becoming a force to be reckoned with.


We have created this site to provide you with a platform to obtain information about our mouth-watering products, as well as gain information about our extensive stockist base, our special offers and press and media information.

We hope you enjoy our range of products - Once tasted, Never forgotten.

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