January 16, 2020

2020 Food Trends We Love

Brown stew rules

From appearances in DJ Khaled’s Yard Man Tuesdays to Chef Kwame Onwuachi’s plaudit for Chef Alex D’Great’s take on it, we’ve noticed that brown stew chicken is claiming space on the hot list. This Jamaican staple is noteworthy for its honest-to-goodness simplicity. While each family has its signature approach (all starting of course with The Best Dressed Chicken) one thing is non-negotiable: the Dutch pot or dutchie that will frame this wonder of a dish.

Breakfast is for champions

The science proves it: a high-protein breakfast boosts muscle health and supports weight loss by increasing both calorie burn rate and glucose regulation. Given the health benefits of breakfast, it’s time to invest more time and thought into the first meal of the day. An easy way to add protein power in the a m is with The Best Dressed Chicken wings and tenders.

The farm at your doorstep

Look for growth in the farm-to-kitchen delivery services in which sustainable farms supply home cooks with seasonal, small-batch produce. Clickable convenience will make these services even more attractive to those who want to eat healthily but don’t have the time to go food shopping. While it may come at a premium price and you never know what you’ll get from week to week, what you can count on is the feel-good quotient that Mother Earth was protected and respected with every bite you take.

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Recent News

  • The Best Dressed Chicken, a division of Jamaica Broilers Group Limited, is pleased to announce a price reduction of $12.50 per kilo off the list price of The Best Dressed Chicken Grade-A Whole Bird and Mixed Parts, effective Thursday, August 18, 2022.

  • If challenges are meant to make life interesting, then consider me the happiest culinary camper. The heat was on this week as Food took on Summer Bites.

  • “When people leave Denbigh, we want them to think food independence and what better time around Independence to talk about it, if nothing else we want people to start tasting their independence because they can grow what they eat,” he said.