Diana Prowell’s ‘jazzed up’ pepper sauces

Pleasurable Flavours

There is, it seems, no end to the entrepreneurial opportunities that can emerge from tinkering with creative possibilities that repose in the range of fruit grown in Guyana…if you are prepared to make the effort, that is, and Diana Prowell who resides at 64 Self Help, Amelia’s Ward, Linden believes she could be on to something.

Dianna Prowell and her flavored pepper sauces.

Building an agro processing business from ground up is challenging in ways which the Stabroek Business has shared with readers ad nauseum. What we have also shared are stories of adventurous experiments that have dared to be different and have worked.

As far as Diana is concerned pepper sauce is a routine condiment. To make money out of pepper sauce you have to compete against an array of roughly similar options that cram the supermarket shelves…local initiatives as well as brand name imports.

What Diana has done is to manufacture a product that panders to the taste of the traditional pepper sauce user while providing an option for those who might be adventurous enough to explore the ….


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