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By Venesha Johnson | Associate Writer
Jamaica, the land of reggae and jerk chicken, is also home to some of the most delicious baked goods in the Caribbean. Whether you're craving a traditional Jamaican patty or a sweet slice of rum cake, Kingston has a range of bakeries that are sure to satisfy your taste buds.
On March 3, 1983, Maxfield Bakery & Pastries Limited started conducting business. They aim to offer the customer wholesome, appetising, and nutritious baked goods at affordable prices. Maxfield Bakery is known primarily for its Jamaican Easter bun but they also produce other baked snacks.
Address: 14 Central Road, Kencot Kingston 10, Jamaica West Indies
Phone: +1 (876) 926-2160
A well-liked location is Devon House Bakery. A massive red-brick oven can be seen in the backdrop of the bakery, which is filled with cases of delicious baked goods. Sit outside on a bench and savour one of their renowned patties, a piece of cake, or an international dessert.
Address: Shop #10, 26, Hope Rd, Kingston 10
Phone: (876) 566-3198
A group of small, family-owned businesses became Consolidated Bakeries Jamaica Limited in 1957. They sell a variety of breads, buns, biscuits and other baked goods. They operate under 3 brand names:
Address: 2F Valentine Dr, Kingston
Phone: (876) 924-1151
On February 6, 1995, Captain's Bakery, which produces one of Jamaica's most popular Hardough breads, was founded. They also operate a bakery, an eatery, and a catering business. You can get a delicious breakfast, lunch, or supper at the Captain's Bakery Ltd. They have more than six (6) locations and make some of the finest pastries and hard-dough bread. Island-wide.
Address: 16 Half Way Tree Road - Kingston
Phone: +1 876-906-5875
On September 15, 1971, Sugar and Spice Pastries was founded in Jamaica. It is a family-run company that places a strong emphasis on heritage. They provide an extensive selection of delectable goods, including cakes (customizable), cupcakes, patties, and desserts. The well-loved Danish whirl, which is usually covered with lemon or raspberry filling, the delectable iced cinnamon Danish, palm leaves, turnovers, fruit pockets, bear claws, and many other pastries are among the pastries available. They also offer newly baked dinner rolls and French bread
Address: 84 Barbican Rd, Kingston
Phone: (876) 630-4515
Tortuga is known for producing some of the best rum cakes across the Caribbean. Their location in Kingston, bakes, packages and distributes goods, so you can always stop by to make an order.
Address: 9c Retirement Cres, Kingston
Phone: (876) 926-3503
Since Seprod acquired the manufacturing facilities of Kraft Foods Jamaica Limited in 2007, the International Biscuit Company factory has continued to astound its patrons with its mouthwatering selection of biscuits and cheese snacks. Along with third-party brands like Ovaltine, the IBL plant manufactures a large variety of cookies and crackers under the Butterkist brand and a broad selection of snacks under the Snackables brand.
Address: 2E Valentine Dr, Kingston
Phone: (876) 925-9418
Regardless of where you live on the island, it is a local tradition to grab a box of Prestige Bakery Donuts on the way back home. Prestige Donuts are widely considered as the best on the island. However, like other bakeries in Jamaica, they produce a variety of other baked products including hard dough bread.
Address: 159 Orange St, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-9630
This bakery has been around since 1952. They operate under three brand names, National, HTB and Homade. National is known widely for its varieties of bread, HTB for its tasty Easter bun and Homade for its many snacks and biscuits.
Address: 43 Half Way Tree Road, Kingston 5, Jamaica
Phone: (876) 960-1156-8
Since it went public in 2011, the Jamaican wholesale bakery Honey Bun, which produces separately packed pastries and baked snacks, has experienced one of the island's fastest growth rates. They offer over 12 different products including doughnuts, cheese bread, cheese bun, cinnamon rolls, coconut rolls and others. They operate under the following brands:
Address: 22-26 Retirement Crescent, Kingston 5
Phone: (876) 960-9851
Whether you're a local or a tourist, visiting these bakeries is a great way to experience the sweeter side of Jamaica.
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