Wednesday 12 August, 2020

Fare, music, chill vibe with Grace Foods at Taste of Sumfest 2020

Grammy Award-winning artiste Koffee had Soares in stitches, laughing.

Grammy Award-winning artiste Koffee had Soares in stitches, laughing.

Even in a COVID-19 world, the Grace Foods team continues to reinvent the brand many Jamaicans grew up consuming.

The recent staging of the Reggae Sumfest 2020 gave viewers a virtual ‘taste’ of the greatest reggae show on earth.

And as usual, the ‘good food’ squad from Grace Foods were on hand to supercharge those vibes with delicious food and energy!

Check out these highlights from this year’s Taste of Sumfest powered by Grace Foods! 

loopslu Grace Foods' Hospitality Zone a hit at Taste of Sumfest

Instead of travelling to Catherine Hall, St, James, this year, the Reggae Sumfest team brought a Taste of Sumfest to Reggae fans worldwide, virtually!

Grace Foods Global Category Manager - Seasonings, Sauces & Spices Kimberley Lue-Lim noted that  ‘despite the changes, Grace Foods wanted to come on board to ensure that the entertainers, hosts and everyone involved with the show this year, were well fed.’

The hospitality zone was powered with Mighty Malt for energy, Catherine’s Peak water, Tropical Rhythms juices and other brands from the Grace Foods portfolio to maintain the high energy momentum.

‘This year we provided meals for the entire Reggae Sumfest family and we couldn’t be prouder to partner with the team to bring this amazing show that has never been done this way in its history,’ Lue-Lim told Loop Lifestyle.

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