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Juliana Ackee is the symbol of Jamaica’s food identity, with roots from the Motherland. Ackee’s origin is traced back to West Africa, but mentioned the world over it is identified with Jamaica, being the core the island’s national dish, of Ackee and Codfish. This nutritious fruit is packed with B vitamins, protein and good fats. When cooked, it bears a resemblance to scrambled eggs, but the taste is much better!From: USD $7.97From: USD $7.97
Juliana Callaloo, also known as Jamaican Spinach, is a dark green leafy vegetable, popularised as the base of Jamaica’s infamous Pepper Pot Soup.
It is also a popular Jamaican breakfast item, steamed and sometimes coupled with boiled and flaked codfish.
It is also a popular filling for bread, patty, or as a stuffing for fish, chicken or turkey.
Callaloo is rich in iron, calcium, vitamin A and protein.From: USD $2.47From: USD $2.47