Jamaica: Jamaica's HRI Food Service Sector Report 2016

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Jamaica is one of the main tourist destinations in the Caribbean region, with over two million tourist arrivals in 2015. Approximately 1.3 millions of these tourists were from the United States. Total food consumption in the HRI sector is estimated at $600 million. In the Jamaican hotel and restaurant subsectors, fruits and vegetables, lamb, specialty cuts of beef and veal, cheeses and other dairy products, French fries, snacks products, sauces, and wines are high in demand.

Jamaica: Jamaica's HRI Food Service Sector Report 2016

 

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