Anasha April Browne owner of April’s Kitchen

Born and raised in Campden Park with a passion for teaching and agriculture, meet Anasha April Browne, a student of the SVGCC Division of Teacher Education, owner of April’s Kitchen and a mother of a 9-year-old girl. 
April’s Kitchen is a small agro-processing business, that offers 100% local agri– based products to consumers. 
Dried Sorrel, mauby bark and cocoa balls are offered all year round. Spices such as cinnamon, Nutmeg, aniseed, clove comes out of April’s Kitchen both whole and ground. Dried herbs such as rosemary and thyme and so on. Local jams and jellies are a must have from April’s Kitchen, there are flavors such as guava, sorrel, lemongrass, and papaya, just to name a few.
You can also get local bushes.. sourced from mountainous areas in St.Vincent, hand picked and sun-dried, there’s sour sop bush, trumpet bush, ginea pepper, seed under leaf and so on.
To check out all the other products created in April’s Kitchen, you can add her on Facebook @ April’s Kitchen.
She also offers FREE classes at the Stubbs Community Center every Saturday at 1:00 – 3:00 pm. For more information, like her page on Facebook @ April’s Classroom.
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Desron Dick Eat local, eat healthy
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