The CaribDirect food brand Jus’ Caribbean is seeing an increasing global demand for Caribbean foods particularly in Asia as evidenced by one of our clients, the Archway Guesthouse one of the leading Caribbean B&Bs in the Lake District.  The Archway Guesthouse have seen visitors from over 40 different countries visiting the B&B over the last year and most are overwhelmed by the taste of their Caribbean Breakfast cited Denis St.Bernard one of the managers of the Family run establishment.

Team of Senior Managers from Malaysia spending a relaxing corporate networking time at the Archway way in the Lake District, with host St. Bernard.

Team of Senior Managers from Malaysia spending a relaxing corporate networking time at the Archway way in the Lake District, with host St. Bernard.

Here are the destinations of some the B&B’s Asian guests that have patronised the establishment: South Korea, Twain, Hong Kong, China, Japan,  India, Singapore, Malaysia and more.
We believe Jus’ Caribbean, with the right partners has the potential to  be a major conduit to carry Caribbean culture globally but more particularly the food. This would most certainly create opportunities for Caribbean food and drink purveyors thereby increasing enterprise for the region.

Entrance to the Archway Guesthouse B&B

Entrance to the Archway Guesthouse B&B

Caribbean Enterprise Network also run by Denis St Bernard focuses on creating global alliances and linkages to benefit Caribbean enterprise will be looking to collaborate with CaribDirect to enable Jus Caribbean to meet its objectives to serve Caribbean food and drink producers in 2018.

Korean visitors enjoying a meal at Archway Guesthouse in 2017.

Korean visitors enjoying a meal at Archway Guesthouse in 2017.

Jus Caribbean Logo