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jamaican-groceries-onlineYou don't have to fly to Jamaica to cook Jamaican food! If you can't find the traditional spices and seasonings you need at your local grocery store, West Indian grocery store, or Afro-Caribbean market in your area, you can order Jamaican groceries from on-line merchants.

The beauty of online shopping is that sometimes the Jamaican groceries will be less expensive when purchased online compared to the price at your local market, even when you factor in the shipping cost.

And, HALLELUJAH, we can finally buy pimento wood chips, charcoal and other pimento items, along with spices and gifts, to make our jerk cooking totally authentic!

 

Online Merchants Who Sell Jamaican Groceries:

  • Young Ambo - Have groceries delivered to the homes of your loved ones

 
 


Allspice, Jamaican, Whole, 1.3 oz x 6 Bottles, Spice Hunter - $32.28

Retail Price: $39.00
You Save: $6.72
from: VitaSprings.com

Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Black Castor Oil - 8 oz - $12.69
from: SleekHair.com

 
If you know of other on-line merchants who sell Jamaican groceries, food, spices or seasonings on the internet, please let us know using our CONTACT US page.

Be sure to check out Amazon.com and eBay.com - they carry a surprisingly large variety of Jamaican food products:

 


 

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12 Comments

  1. Hey mon:do ya sell scotch bonnets,escallion,breadfruit or callalo or what where I might fetch these fresh items?i live in new jersey.

    jack

  2. Hi. We don’t sell anything, but you might want to check out Tropical Sun Supermarket, 390 Main St., East Orange, NJ 07018 (973)673-8664. They specialize in Caribbean, West Indian, Jamaican, Haitian, Guyanese and Trinidadian groceries and carry fresh vegetables and produce. You could also check African-Caribbean markets in the area. Hope this helps!

  3. Hi, There’s also Saturday Market Jamaica and they ship to basically every country worldwide. saturdaymarketjamaica.com

  4. Hi. Thanks for the info! I added Saturday Market to the page.

  5. please visit this website for authentic Jamaican products. with shipping worldwide and delivery in 3/5 days.www.ritajam.com is the best online service

  6. Thanks Rita. I added your site to the list.

  7. Do u ship to Canada cause I need Caribbean products to purchase

  8. Hi. Keep It Jiggy doesn’t sell any products. You would have to check with each of the listed vendors to see if they ship to Canada. Good luck & thanks for visiting!

  9. Hi Shanneek I know someone that can sell you pimento seeds and woodchips. He is always in new york and jamaica his name his mr kelly number 876-2797901, I believe can help somewhat. Goodluck

  10. Thank you for the call out Theresa! We have been supplying authentic pimento wood, chips, sticks, leaves, planks, spices and sauces since 2007. Consumers need to be aware of a similar company that only sells on FaceBook – their shipments get confiscated in customs as they are not authorized to import and the customer is out their money. We have worked with the country of Jamaica for years to establish a great company with many loyal guests. Again, THANK YOU!!

  11. You are quite welcome Jodi! I’ve had your company listed on my site since I discovered you, probably 5 years ago. I’m happy to post your comment so that people don’t get spammed by unethical companies. Keep up the good work! And thank for visiting KeepItJiggy.com.

  12. Hello everyone I don’t know Mr kelly for long but he legit…he did deliver the woodchips and get ships other item too. He not like those facebook company who in trouble. Buy

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