A TASTE OF
JAMAICA

Jamaican Products brings the best of Jamaica to you in
Australia.

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WELCOME

Jamaican Products sells authentic flavours of Jamaica in Australia. Our product range includes the popular jerk seasoning, sauces, spices, Ting and other beverages, ackee and some favourites, hair products, artworks by Jamaican artists and memorabilia.

No time! Then our 'Take & Bake' range is for you. Suitable for any occasion our Made in Australia frozen Jamaican street food includes jerk seasoned chicken wings and hand crafted patties.

Our Best Sellers

Check out our most popular Jamaican products below!

$7.50

Adding that unique Jamaican Scotch Bonnet taste to your favourite dish.

$22.90

Key ingredient for Jamaican National Dish - Ackee and Salt Fish

$16.00

Made in Jamaica Jamaican black castor oil by Jamaican Products Australia

Out of stock
$3.55

Memorable carbonated grapefruit drink great with Jamaican spicy food.

$11.05

A Jamaican favourite mild jerk seasoning paste

OUR PRODUCTS

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WHO AM I?

Hello! My name is Hope, I started Jamaican Products in 2005 as a way of sharing the best of Jamaica, land of my birth, with fellow Australians. I admired Australians’ desire to experience as many flavours as possible in their cuisine and realised how well placed Jamaican Products was to being that doorway for the Jamaican industry.

(That’s me dancing on the left from our annual Independence Celebrations)

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BLOG UPDATE

Jamaica’s Road to Independence – Part 3

5 October, 2019

The story of Jamaica’s Road to Independence – Part 3 continues.  If you have not already […]

Jamaica’s Road to Independence – Part 2

1 September, 2019

Part 2 of the Jamaica’s Road to Independence is the second of a 3 part series recounting Jamaica’s journey to being an independent nation. Part 2 describes the Maroons formal recognition, the resistance to slavery, emancipation and the beginning of the post slavery journey.

Jamaica’s Road to Independence – Part 1

6 August, 2019

Although archaeologists suggest the Arawakan-speaking Tainos settled Jamaica about 800 CE (Common Era), there were others […]

Scotch Bonnet Pepper

20 July, 2019

Jamaicans love to cook and when they do, flavor plays an important role.  Pepper is one […]

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