JSEZA – Caribbean Flavours And Fragrances Set To Grow Even Further

Following Derrimon Trading Limited’s (DTL) initial acquisition in August 2014, which culminated in a majority interest control in February 2017, Caribbean Flavours and Fragrances (CFF) has grown significantly with the company set to gain a larger runway as DTL expands into the North American market after its highly successful additional public offering.

Despite several flavourings in food being imported into Jamaica, CFF has supplied the local market by allowing several Jamaican manufacturers of all sizes to tap into the local expertise of a home-grown business to provide the best options to its clients. These products extend from beverages, milk-based products to snacks consumed by the everyday Jamaican which also includes colouring to give it a distinct Jamaican taste.


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