BUSINESS BYTE: Fine Foods Wholesale opens in Roseau

FFI logoFine Foods Inc is pleased to announce the opening of its Wholesale facility in Roseau on Wednesday February 26, 2014.  The new Wholesale center will offer customers easier access to purchase various products distributed by Fine Foods Distribution at wholesale prices in Roseau central.

Fine Foods Distribution, part of Fine Foods Inc, has been in operation since 2008 and is known for such products as Filiz Pasta, Moi Butter and Oil, Gatorade, Angostura product line including White Oak and Black Label Rums and Angostura Bitters.  Other products includes Frito Lay Chips, Libby’s Juice drinks, Distinction Milk and much more.

Senior General Manager Edd Edwards noted that it is the goal of Fine Foods Inc thru its various divisions to continue bringing quality products and services to the Dominican public.

Fine Foods Wholesale is located on the corner of River Street and Old Street behind Save A Lot Supermarket.

Opening hours are;

Monday to Friday- 8am-5pm

Saturday 8am-2pm

Telephone number – 449-0031 or 275-0031


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  1. badbaje
    February 4, 2018

    Is it only me, or does anyone else notice, there are not locally grown or produced products listed in any of the articles about Save A Lot or Fine Foods big sales. If Dominica continues to import more and more of it’s food, the cost of eating, and therefore the cost of living must go up.
    We need to focus a little more on locals foods and products if we are to stop the rapid increase in the cost of living in Dominica, and other islands. Stop promoting so much imported food and let us get back to growing our own.

  2. lovell
    February 27, 2014

    Its sad that Dominica is so expensive, as a visitor it causes me to limit my trips to the city. I and many others would love to shop here but it leaves us no choose to make barrels and boxes to bring along on vacation with us. I’m disppointed in Save-A-Lot, to see the prices of the american products is ridiculous, they came for a purpose and it has no sense, its as expensive as the other supermarkets, I find Greens supermarket much more affordable then Save-A-Lot’s. Lets see what Fine Foods has to offer. This people doesn’t know how to make business, the cheaper you sell compare to other business place, I’m convince it will bring good business. Look at the Chinese, some of their products may be fragile, but it affordable for peoples pocket. For once be prudent when havinh a business.

    • Anonymous
      March 4, 2014

      Unfortunately, you are quite right and it is everywhere in Dominica. That is why the Chinese businesses are flourishing. People go to them to get relief from these ridiculous prices. It seems that Dominicans do not understand the concept of volume. It looks like they are trying to make all their profit on a couple items. In the end they lose because they do not move enough items quickly enough so they end up with a lot of old or expired items.

  3. Anonymous
    February 27, 2014

    Save allot has change it”s name to spend allot, so hopefully the new store price will lower and competitive to spend allot.

  4. Anonymous
    February 27, 2014

    good move, i approve keep up the good work

  5. Plan Dominque
    February 26, 2014

    Now you gona see traffic chaos in this vicinity.

    • Anonymous
      February 27, 2014

      I actually thought the renovation was to ease up the traffic as their trucks used to be parked so close to the road when they offloaded. smh

    • Anonymous
      March 4, 2014

      Everything comes with a price. We must decide if it is worth the price.

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