Juici Patties coming to Guyana

Jamaican patty franchise, Juici Patties will soon be coming to Guyana.

An advertisement in yesterday’s Sunday Stabroek said that Camex Restaurants Inc is looking for employees to fill the needs of the franchise at New Amsterdam, Linden, Georgetown, Parika, Vreed-en-Hoop and Bartica.

It said that Juici Patties specializes in patties ranging from beef to soy, chicken, vegetable and shrimp. It said that the product offering also includes loaves, cocoa bread and other products.

Juici Patties’  website says it started out in 1980 as Juici Beef Patties, a company manufacturing and selling beef patties. Its founder, Jukie Chin learnt to make patties from the age of 16, the website said.

“It started as a cottage industry, where he manufactured patties in his mother’s kitchen and sold it to the small grocery store owned by the family. The demand for his product grew and he then established a store in May Pen, Clarendon. The staff included a baker a cashier and himself. He often times had to assume many roles”, the website said.

It added that “The product line grew over the years, to include over fifty  products comprising different types of patties, loaves, soups, porridges and traditional breakfast dishes. In an increasingly, fast-paced society, Juici developed a menu that reflected the taste of the Jamaican people, and offered them the kind of food most were accustomed to having.

Jamaicans now had a place that offered their own food, at their convenience, in a comfortable setting comparable to international chains.

This is reflective of our mission statement.”
Camex Restaurants is already the franchisee of Church’s Chicken, Dairy King, Mario’s Pizza and Quiznos.

Latest in Local News

default placeholder

Wade, Hazlewood guide Australia to victory

(Reuters) – A match-winning three-wicket bowling stint by Mitchell Marsh lifted Australia to a convincing victory by 58 runs against West Indies in the final of the triangular one-day international (ODI) series in Barbados today.

default placeholder

Gov’t sets out bid protest procedures

Following the setting up of a Bid Protest Committee (BPC), the Ministry of Finance today unveiled the procedures that bidders who are dissatisfied with how a contract has been awarded, must follow to have the award reviewed.

default placeholder

Eye care specialists to meet in Barbados next month

Eye care specialists from across the Anglophone, Dutch and Spanish-speaking Caribbean, North America and Europe will converge in Barbados in July for the 27th Congress of the Ophthalmological Society of the West Indies (OSWI).

default placeholder

Cases being built against drug kingpins

Outgoing Deputy Chief of Mission at the US Embassy here, Bryan Hunt has urged patience as it relates to indictments of local drug barons saying that cases are being built in the background that can guarantee convictions.

St Paul’s Anglican Church in Aurora

Aurora Village (Part 2)

Things in Aurora Village are much livelier than in Aurora Estate. Women walk in and out of the health centre with babies hanging from their hips; policemen stand outside the police station bracing against a wooden rail as they talk amongst themselves and shouts of chatter from children playing fill the air.

A Cessna 206 – the model of the planes flown out of Eugene F Correia International Airport, at Ogle yesterday

Probe launched into illegal Cessna flights from Ogle

The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) yesterday launched an investigation into the illegal flights of two aircraft from the Eugene F Correia International Airport, at Ogle, East Coast Demerara.

default placeholder

Broke City Hall seeks gov’t bailout

Debt-ridden City Hall has approached the government for a bailout after undertaking several Golden Jubilee projects it did not budget for.

Trevon Thomas

Youth of Guyanese parentage dies in BVI boat accident

A young man of Guyanese parentage died tragically in Tortola, British Virgin Islands around 10:00 hrs yesterday when the speedboat he was in hit rough waters and capsized.

Comments

About these comments

The comments section is intended to provide a forum for reasoned and reasonable debate on the newspaper's content and is an extension of the newspaper and what it has become well known for over its history: accuracy, balance and fairness. We reserve the right to edit or delete comments which contain attacks on other users, slander, coarse language and profanity, and gratuitous and incendiary references to race and ethnicity.

Stay updated! Follow Stabroek News on Facebook or Twitter.

Get the day's headlines from SN in your inbox every morning: