With a cassava farm fully planted and supply contracts in hand from small farmers, seafood processor Rainforest is looking to export bammies, a food item that is most often paired…
We are the Caribbean’s largest supplier processor and supplier of premium quality seafood and other frozen products.
Headquartered in Jamaica with operations in St. Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Barbados and Belize, Rainforest is equipped to efficiently and consistently supply Caribbean and international markets with all of their seafood needs. We carry over 500 references sourced from recognized suppliers worldwide who are committed to acquiring quality products through sustainable and traceable methods.
Rainforest Seafoods is the Caribbean’s seafood authority. Rainforest distributes over 500 types of fish, shellfish and other varieties of seafood sourced from internationally recognized suppliers and processors in both fresh and frozen form.
Fish Pot Fry Fish Shop is redefining how Jamaica eats seafood! Fish Pot offers the very best in quick, casual dining with fresh, delicious and nutritious seafood dishes at the most affordable prices.
Seafood Market offers Montego Bay a fresh take on seafood, with unique daily breakfast and lunch offerings including Jamaican classics like ackee and saltfish and wholesome seafoods dishes like grilled salmon and…
Fresh by Rainforest brings award-winning Scottish salmon, halibut, scallops, mussels, oysters and kippers to Jamaica. Sustainably-sourced, GAP certified seafood is flown in each week fresh on ice and is guaranteed to delight even the most discerning palates.
Nestled in the hills of Trelawny, Rainforest’s newest acquisition is an 80 acre farm where we grow where we grow cassava, sweet potatoes, coconuts, mangoes, lime and yams. The investment in an organic farm reaffirms Rainforest’s commitment to Jamaica and to the continued development of its agricultural and manufacturing sectors.
Approximately 50 academic and ancillary staff at Iris Gelly Primary School, in the tough inner-city community of Arnett Gardens, on Wednesday received Easter gift packages from Rainforest Seafoods. Director of marketing…
Rainforest Seafoods will start installing a 1.5-megawatt natural gas power plant in Kingston next week, taking another step towards energy independence. The company will set up three 500-kilowatt turbines that will…